Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not controlled; not restrained; specifically, not broken in, as a horse; not trained, in general.
- adj. Not managed.
“If the managed code calls unmanaged code such as P / Invoke, the calling thread will switch to pre-emptive.”
“Make use of legacy UI models (Win Forms, ActiveX) or call unmanaged code.”
“UnmanagedCode Field UnmanagedCode = 0x2: Specifies the ability to call unmanaged code.”
“The following is an example of how code access security might affect your code when calling unmanaged code.”
“The above checks whether you had the necessary permissions to perform an operation (in this case calling unmanaged code) by using Demand.”
“Thanks to the rise of an "unmanaged" alternative press that is currently thriving on the internet.”
“Not sure how you define "unmanaged," but he held a press conference a couple days ago in Amman, Jordan.”
“It's a disconnect in the thinking of adminstrators and academics, who are accustomed to a top-down, grown-up approach to their work: how can they trust their precious computation to "unmanaged" computers in dorms and libraries?”
“An 'unmanaged' network switch 'has plug-and-play connectivity -- you simply add devices -- but no ability to prioritize or otherwise control traffic, no security, et cetera.”
“Some of the more advanced and rarely used features could not be made accessible due to their intrinsic "unmanaged" nature.”
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