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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for British Indian Ocean Territory.
- input and output
- indirect object
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This is to insure compatibility with the usual behavior of IO objects: io < < 66 = = > appends "66" io. packed < < 66 = = > appends "\000\000\000B"
For example, checkout Ditto blocks, Driveby scheduling, deadline scheduling, gang blocks, IO prioritization, file holes, adaptive endianess, filesystem level io queuing and pipelined IO execution to name a few things.
Innodb uses a four (4) additional threads to implement asynchronous io innodb_file_io_threads to control the number of IO handler threads, it has no effect on how many IO handler threads are actually created.
Some sayings about how powerful Obama is after winning in IO:
Do you think more PhDs in IO and marketing will migrate to jobs in the private sector (industry, not just the types of consulting that have always existed), in the way that those in finance have been for some time now? — lvt
Full-term IO presents an increased risk of default at maturity, partial-term IO can lead to a higher risk of term default.
One of the themes of this conference was information operations, or "IO" - how the U.S. can influence others around the world.
Bin Laden has observed that 90 percent of his battle is conducted in the media and al-Qaeda understands that what the Pentagon terms IO information operations are vital to its continued viability.
Richard Grossinger who published a mag called IO among other writings from somewhere up in northeast woods.
The so-called "IO" unit compiled detailed research on the backgrounds of visiting dignitaries and honed Caldwell's presentations to be as compelling as possible, according to Holmes, who says he tried to resist Caldwell's orders and later reported them to superiors.
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