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Terminology is a system of terms belonging or peculiar to a science, art, or specialized subject, nomenclature.

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The following terminology is used: over-voltage - voltage above standard voltage surge - increase in voltage above standard voltage spike - a very short high voltage jump voltage sag - voltage drop …
answered May 4 '15 by alx
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Inverse Operations and Functions article on Massey University website The operations put on and take off undo each other. If we do one operation then the other, we end up where we started. Put o …
answered May 1 '15 by alx
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multiple integers in different fields, like age, number, weight, length, etc. If you describe array variables, the terminology will be different. …
answered Apr 10 '15 by alx
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In my answer to the question about the opposite for bug in programming, I referred to 'bug' as a slang word. Shaun Wilson, in his comment insists on 'bug' being a term that derived from a historical …
asked Apr 14 '15 by alx