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  • Commit comes from the Latin word committere, which includes in its definition this element of action: “to bring together, join, entrust, and do.”

    VISION, VALUES, AND COURAGE

  • To "Commit" would not be very debatable, according to this rule, but it is an exception, because it is often important that the committee should know the views of the assembly on the question, and it therefore is not only debatable, but opens to debate the whole question which it is proposed to refer to the committee.

    Robert's Rules of Order Pocket Manual of Rules of Order for Deliberative Assemblies

  • Anyway, when I'm happy with the design I can click the 'Commit' button in the Pseudocode Editor or Diagram view and Code Rocket will inject a well commented, well formatted code skeleton for this design into the actual code for this method.

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  • When I'm happy with the design I can click the 'Commit' button in the Pseudocode Editor and Code Rocket will inject a well commented, well formatted code skeleton for this design into the actual code for this method.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • "Commit" really is the key, because I don't have an external (USB) DVD reader, so I couldn't immediately restore the system if I bricked it.

    Geoff Arnold

  • COM_Invoke (globalRules, "Commit"); Compiles the word rules for use.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • For now, we know our project is not yet in the repository, so click the "Commit" button to import it there.

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • Notice all the files listed in the pending window disappeared and the "Commit" and "Update" buttons are no longer enabled.

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  • "Commit" adds changes we've made to our working copy into the repository as a new revision

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • The well-intentioned dieter's new attitude echoes the prevailing wisdom: Commit to weighing yourself regularly, and you'll be glad you did, and lighter, too!

    Jean Fain, L.I.C.S.W., M.S.W.: Do You Need To Divorce Your Bathroom Scale?

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