from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A quantity on which a mathematical or logical operation is performed.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun That which is to be operated upon; in mathematics, that which is subjected to an operator. In is the operator, f the operand.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Math.) The symbol, quantity, or thing upon which a mathematical operation is performed; -- called also
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- noun mathematics A quantity to which an
operatoris applied (in , the operands of the subtraction operator are 3 and ).
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- noun a quantity upon which a mathematical operation is performed
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“same as before, unless left operand is Pi and right operand is not a wall clock in which case the new meaning is ‘Neither the left nor right operand is a radical environmentalist’”?
TYPE Operator Syntax: TYPE operand The TYPE operator returns 1 if the operand is a byte variable; 2 if the operand is a word variable; 4 if the operand is a doubleword variable; 8 if the operand is a quadword variable; 10 if the operand is a ten-byte variable; and the number of bytes allocated by the structure if the operand is a structure name
If the operand is a memory quantity, A86 generates a TEST of the memory with the constant -1 (i.e., the quantity will be ANDed with an all 1's constant).
The operand should be a doubleword memory quantity; but A86 will accept a word memory variable or a memory variable of unspecified size.
The error also occurs if the operand is a constant number, and you are assembling to an OBJ format.
If the operand is a register, A86 generates a TEST of the register with itself.
Command Part 1 (CP1) provides a 5-bit operating code, and Command Part 2 (CP2) provides the immediate operand, which is the lower 5 bits of the command.
"c" means the operand is a code label, pointing to a part of the program to be jumped to or called.
And when we want to create the data source we use that name to identity the JDBC connection pool we want to specify in the JDBC resource. which in addition to shared parameters accepts an operand which is name of the connection pool that we want to delete.
We ca delete a JDBC connection pool using which in addition to shared parameters accept an operand which is the name of the connection pool which we want to delete