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To assign an initial value to a variable
To assign initial values to something
To format a storage medium prior to use
To prepare any hardware (such as a printer or scanner) for use
In programming, setting all variables to their default values and resetting the point of execution to the first executable line of code
divide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data; "Please format this disk before entering data!"
To give an initial value to a variable
1 (an object) To prepare an object for use, by initializing its slots and calling the initialize function on the object All Dylan objects are automatically initialized immediately after they are allocated 2 (a slot) To give the slot its initial value A program can test to see whether a slot has been initialized by calling the function slot-initialized? There is no mechanism for resetting a slot to the uninitialized state 3 (a variable) To bind the variable to its initial value
To prepare a digital storage medium (like a floppy disk) so that it will accept and store digital information bits
To set up either hardware or software to work correctly with your system Many modems have to be initialized each time they are used so they `know' how to act with the communications program When your software initializes your modem, it may tell the modem to expect 2400 baud and no parity, as well as the fact that you do not want any information to echo on your screen See also initialization string
Functions which prepare the system for a new year's data processing
Sets keyboard state tables to known values: All keys repeat and click No keys lock or latch Dead-key, setup, debug, keysym, and modifier tables are cleared The scancodes map one-to-one with keycodes
To set the starting value of a data object
This refers to the formatting of the optical media, preparing it with the InveStore file system and making it ready to receive data
To prepare a piece of equipment (computer, printer, modem) to do something important initializing clears the equipment of any old data still stored in it
The assignment of an initial value to a variable
the process of initialization
To set a program element or hardware device to an initial quantity (usually zero)
{f} set at a starting position; (Computers) erase data in preparation for use (also initialise)
Starts the system over at time t=0
to assign an initial value to a variable (Making Objects - Slide 9)
A method of damage control used at the end of each program run
To prepare a disk for copying
Term used to describe the brief period of self-testing and setting up that electronic devices go through when powered on
assign an initial value to a computer program
(1) See Format (2) To set or reset hardware, usually printers
To set up a disk (any kind) to receive information When a disk is initialized, its magnetic media is divided into tracks and sectors, and a directory and Desktop file are created Also called formatting
To prepare for use In communications, initialize means to set a modem and software parameters at the start of a session
To prepare a disk to receive data A hard disk or a floppy disk must be initialized before it can be accessed
Born; also, start FF: Julia_Cat
To set the starting values of certain program variables
to prepare something for use A computer initializes itself each time it is started up
initialise
Alternative spelling of initialize
initialization
An act of preparing something to begin
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(Bilgisayar) (Computer science) the format of sectors on the surface of a hard disk drive so that the operating system can access them and setting a starting position. (synonym) low-level formatting, initialisation
initialise
assign an initial value to a computer program
initialise
{f} set at a starting position; (Computers) erase data in preparation for use (also initialize)
initialise
divide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data; "Please format this disk before entering data!"
initialise
UK, alternative spelling of initialize
initialised
present participle of initialise
initialises
third-person singular of initialise
initialising
third-person singular of initialise
initialization
This is the value assigned to a variable when it first defined
initialization
(a) Encoding the timing track on a dual stripe card; (b) Placing unique cardholder data on a card such as encoding the magnetic stripe, embossing, or printing on a card before issuing it to the cardholder; (c) Same as (b) except it may be general data such as the initial prepaid amount value on a debit card
initialization
{i} act or process of initializing; act of resetting something to its starting value or position; preparation of a computer disk for reading and writing; startup of a system or program, preparing of software or hardware for operation (Computers); beginning, launch (also initialisation)
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Allocation of space and possible assignment of value at object or data item creation
initialization
The initial orienting process that a G P S receiver does when it is first turned on If it is the first time the receiver has been turned on or if the receiver is more than a few hundred miles from the last location it was used, it will take some time or help from the operator by inputting or selecting from a menu the approximate location
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The process during which the basic data that is common to all chip cards in a manufacturing batch is loaded into the chip
initialization
The process of setting variables in a program to their starting value
initialization
the process of preparing something to begin
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a process that insures that all values in a file or in computer memory are equal, until additional information is added or processed to overwrite these values Usually the initialization value is 0 If initialization is not performed on a data file, there could be random data values in the file
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Refers to the procedure of telling a new GPS receiver where it is, when it is turned on for the first time Information required for initialization includes approximate present position in latitude/longitude coordinates, the current local time and date
initialization
The assignment of an initial value to a name or, by extension, to an object's fields
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[BSG] The software mechanisms by which the Multics supervisor is loaded and started from the boot tape and the system brought up
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Returns the printer to its defaults (fixed set of conditions) This happens every time you turn on the printer or reset the printer
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Initial means the beginning To initialize is to set a program to a starting position-- to prepare the program for use
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Starting up, or making preparations to start up a computer system, a program, or a device by running a self-diagnostic program, or loading drivers, changing settings, and preparing it for use
initialization
The first time a GPS receiver orients itself to its current location After initialization has occurred, the receiver remembers its location and acquires a position more quickly because it doesn't need a large amount of satellite information
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The process of setting the network weights and biases to their original values
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Initialization is a process by which the Operating System and/or a software program will test a piece of hardware that it needs to use i e Your communication software will initialize your modem before trying to use the modem, if it fails to initialize you will not be able to use your modem
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A statement that declares a new variable and assigns a value to it at the same time
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The first time a GPS receiver orients itself to its current location and collects almanac data After initialization has occurred, the receiver remembers its location and acquires a position more quickly because it knows which satellites to look for
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To start the process by which a device or system is prepared or prepares itself for normal operation Usually all parameters are returned to their default values
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to give an initial value to an object See constructor and assignment
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Setting the initial attribute values of a new object
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The entry of a set of process parameters (performed by a human or automatically loaded from a file) that are necessary to begin a software process
initialization
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initialization
The process of setting something up for the first time in a program Often used in reference to variables back to top
initialized
present participle of initialize
initializes
third-person singular of initialize
initializing
third-person singular of initialize
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