Bunun hakkındaki yorumlarınızı duyabilirmiyim? - Can I hear your comments about this?
Bir yorum eklediniz, çeviri değil. Çeviri eklemek için, cümle üzerindeki «あ→а» simgesine tıklatın. - You have added a comment, not a translation. To add a translation, click on the «あ→а» icon above the sentence.
Text that documents or explains a program In free source form, a comment begins with an exclamation point (!), unless it appears in a Hollerith or character constant In fixed and tab source form, a comment begins with a letter C or an asterisk (*) in column 1 A comment can also begin with an exclamation point anywhere in a source line (except in a Hollerith or character constant) or in column 6 of a fixed-format line The comment extends from the exclamation point to the end of the line The compiler does not process comments, but shows them in program listings See also compiler directive
A comment is something that you say which expresses your opinion of something or which gives an explanation of it. He made his comments at a news conference in Amsterdam There's been no comment so far from police about the allegations Lady Thatcher, who is abroad, was not available for comment
If you comment on something, you give your opinion about it or you give an explanation for it. Stratford police refuse to comment on whether anyone has been arrested You really can't comment till you know the facts `I'm always happy with new developments,' he commented Stuart commented that this was very true
In a web page editor, text that can be viewed that will not be displayed in a Web browser Comment text appears purple and is used to insert notes to authors and editors during the construction of the page Site visitors can reveal comments by viewing the source HTML of the page containing the comments
This is some descriptive text that a programmer includes in their source code so that other people can read and understand what they were doing It is a means of documenting the functionality of a program A multi-line comment is a comment that spans more than more line of text
A remark in source code which does not directly affect the behavior of the program
These are put into source code by programmers in order to better explain what the code does When source code is compiled into assembly language, all comments are removed Comments only describe code, there is no action associated with them Since comments are removed by the compiler, they can be written in plain English (or any other natural language you choose!)
The default comment in a FITS card This is only a default and a more appropriate and detailed comment may be used
In an application, explanatory text that is ignored by the compiler In Java applications, comments are delimited using //or /* */
a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material; "he wrote an extended comment on the proposal"
provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material; "he wrote an extended comment on the proposal" explain or interpret something make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague
To make remarks, observations, or criticism; especially, to write notes on the works of an author, with a view to illustrate his meaning, or to explain particular passages; to write annotations; often followed by on or upon
In Pascal, explanatory text or other information included in a program to aid readability by a person but which is ignored by the compiler
If an event or situation is a comment on something, it reveals something about that thing, usually something bad. He argues that family problems are typically a comment on some unresolved issues in the family. = reflection
Indicates additional comments about the car, attached to the end of the roster table
A language construct for the inclusion of explanatory text in a program, the execution of which remains unaffected
Tag: The text present within the <!-- and --> tags in a web page Most search engines will ignore the text within the Comment Tags
A comment is text in a program which is intended only for humans reading the program, and which is marked specially so that it will be ignored when the program is loaded or compiled Emacs offers special commands for creating, aligning and killing comments See section U 5 Manipulating Comments
a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
A delimited string of characters, which is treated as white space syntactically Comments are intended to provide explanatory information [641 0-B-1]
Usually a text string that is entered in a field by the user Comments are attached to a particular record or data element For example, in Marks Reporting, a report card comment may be attached to a specific grade a student receives for a class Also, global comments may be pre-defined and printed on all report cards for a specific term Comments may also called "notes" when they appear in other applications A comments or notes field is often provided as an area where the user can enter anecdotal information about a specific record
Text added to code by a programmer that explains how the code works In Visual Basic Scripting Edition, a comment line generally starts with an apostrophe ('), or you can use the keyword Rem followed by a space
Tag: The text present within the <!-- and --> tags in a web page While most search engines will ignore the text within the Comment Tags, some, like Excite, will index the text present within them Hence, using Comment Tags containing keywords can improve the search engine ranking of the page in Excite for those keywords
A line type in the LDraw file format which allows the author to insert a comment Comment lines are deonted by a 0 in the line type column For more details, read the LDraw file format speficiations (URL)
explain or interpret something make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague
Comments are regions of text and/or HTML tags that are ignored by the browser Any text between the opening and closing comment delimeters will not appear on the screen
People say `no comment' as a way of refusing to answer a question, usually when it is asked by a journalist. No comment. I don't know anything. W3S2 to express an opinion about someone or something = remark comment on
In a program, explanatory text that is ignored by the compiler In Java programs, comments are delimited using // or /* */
Comments can occur as content of elements or within the prolog They cannot span element boundaries Comments are of the form: <!-- this is a comment --> They may NOT contain "--" Comments do not nest, so be careful what you comment out AElfred appears to recognise parameter-entity references within comments and these are best avoided if this parser is being used Comment (DOM) in Xerces see comment [in XML spec]
In FrontPage, text that can be viewed in Page view that will not be displayed in a Web browser Comment text appears purple in Page view and is used to insert notes to authors and editors during the construction of the page Site visitors can reveal comments by viewing the source HTML of the page containing the comments
A note or observation intended to explain, illustrate, or criticise the meaning of a writing, book, etc
The Comment field is available for your use when entering requests The information in the Comment field will appear on all reports ordered Use it as a note or memo to yourself Enter whatever information is helpful - policy number, for example Or, a permanent default Comment may be set for each registered user in their User Info settings
Text in an XML document that is ignored, unless the parser is specifically told to recognize it A comment is enclosed in a comment tag, like this: <!-- This is a comment -->
Stepping out of the reality of the scene by saying or doing something that refers to the fact that it's a scene being played Also refers to "playing" an emotion rather than feeling it Should be avoided, though used sparingly it can sometimes be effective
A comment is text in a program which is intended only for humans reading the program, and which is marked specially so that it will be ignored when the program is loaded or compiled Emacs offers special commands for creating, aligning and killing comments See section Manipulating Comments
Lenders may provide a brief description of some of their programs or special features Many lenders offer discounts to any borrower who mentions them It is always recommended that you tell your lender where you found him, because some lenders offer these discounts even if they do not explicitly say so in their comments
a description in plain english that describes what a section of code is doing (commenting on the code) In FORTRAN 66 comments are created by placing a C in column 1 In FORTRAN 77 comments are created by placing a C or * in column 1 In Fortran 90 commetns are created by placing a C or * in column 1 or a ! before the comment anywhere on the line
Displays any comments regarding the application made by the FCC and the date that the comment was entered FCC approval of an assignment or transfer of control application This allows the parties to proceed with the transaction (see Consummation)
Specific information relative to the well is noted in this field (Example: If an electric log or chemical analysis is available, then this would be noted in the comments field ) Many times specific screen information is noted in the comments section
A comment is text in a program which is intended only for the people reading the program, and is marked specially so that it will be ignored when the program is loaded or compiled Emacs offers special commands for creating, aligning, and killing comments See section Manipulating Comments
A comment is text in a program which is intended only for humans reading the program, and is marked specially so that it will be ignored when the program is loaded or compiled Emacs offers special commands for creating, aligning and killing comments See section 19 6 Manipulating Comments
the information provided by anyone involved in the evaluation process (e g , teacher being evaluated, observer, interviewer, data collector, judge, analyzer, evaluator) concerning incidents or factors that could affect the quality and accuracy of the assessment data and the judgments and evaluations made (e g , fire alarm sounded during the pre-conference interview) See Critical Information, Notes
Free form field in the P-Card software which enables the cardholder to record necessary information Any required Special Approvals which must be obtained prior to creating an order log or making any purchases must be documented in the Comments field Cardholders can also use this field to indicate vendor contact person if desired (SAP also has a Comments field which can be used to provide item specifications, etc )
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