Definitions

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  • n. Abbreviation of procedure.
  • n. Abbreviation of processor.
  • v. To trigger a special event.

Etymologies

Internet sense comes from procedure, referring to the specially scripted code associated with these events. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Y / N) "read proc if [$proc = =" n "- o $proc = =" N "] then exit else if [$proc = =" y "- o $proc = =" Y "] then The error i get: line: 2 [:!

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  • You must be logged in as root! "exit else proc = m while [$proc!

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  • ” Of course, you are processing a procedure see above, so it’s entirely possible that process is derived from procedure and proc is shorthand for process.

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  • The/proc Hierarchy (aka proc nodes)/proc directory hierarchy that can be treated as a file system but is actually held in RAM.

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  • Hi, I have a web app where I am calling a proc called validateStatus ()

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  • The issue of having to recast Corruption in order to benefit from the proc is a much harder problem to solve.

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  • French history to a series of insurrections at Lyons, Paris and elsewhere, against the government of Louis Philippe in 1834, which led to violent repressive measures, and to a famous trial known as the procès d'avril.

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  • So let's see if it got it straight: to do some serious restoration one needs a TBC, frame syncronizer (this is genlock right?) a color corrector (aka proc amp) a sharpener and a calibrated monitor.

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  • Now i trying to run it in parallel from multiple clients like below client1 = = > call proc (1,25000) client1 = = > call proc (25001,50000) client1 = = > call proc (50001,75000)

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  • Table-Valued Parameters are nice because you don't have to create temp tables anymore before calling the proc so that you can read from the temp table after the proc has executed.

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