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- n. Plural form of no-op.
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Hardcover pricing takes into account expectations for returns/unsold inventory.... as above, returns an unsold inventory are no-ops for ebooks, no needs for "reserve against returns"....
A typical processor has about 60 instructions, the rest of the bit combinations often do nothing no-ops.
KFileMetaInfo and PredicateProperties no-ops or use nepomuk?
Vegard Nossum (1): kmemcheck: make bitfield annotations truly no-ops when disabled
And the files for the virtual DLLs have to physically exist on disk, even though their instructions are comprised completely of no-ops.
Recoverdm is specialized for linux (all functions in dev. c are no-ops except for linux).