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- adj. Of, relating to, or happening during run time.
- n. Time during which a program is running a process.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the time at which a (software or multimedia) program is run
- n. (computer science) the length of time it takes to execute a software program
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There is not one ounce of intrigue or suspense throughout the entire run-time, but instead confusion and frustration.
The European release of the film was re-edited by Italian horror film master Dario Argento, with a shorter run-time.
Leno is the man of the hour right now, but he is probably on board with the move back to 11: 30 despite the shortened run-time, as he never wanted to leave the time slot that served him so well for over a decade.
Otomo himself ended up trimming hundreds of pages off of his own manga in order to hit a two hour run-time for the original Akira feature, so the two-picture plan promises to deliver much more of the mind-bending weirdness that made Akira such a phenomenon 20 years ago.
It transforms the non-html formats to HTML at run-time
At the run-time stage, when the player is actually playing the game, all the sounds are thrown together and the mix of the sounds becomes incredibly important.
Our cross platform run-time works on iPhone, Symbian, J2ME and Blackberry devices.
For anyone familiar with the novel or the BBC series, the movie's main delights are in seeing which aspects of the complex story the film-makers contract, expand, delete or invent to fit a two-hour run-time.
Terms of the deal have not been disclosed but the New York Times reports that AMC had been seeking to reduce the run-time by two minutes per episode, and that Weiner's new contact specifies he'll keep the first and last episodes of the season at 47 minutes -- the same length as episodes in previous seasons.
New to BSM 9.0 is what HP is calling a "run-time service model," which maintains an updated view of a company's application services, whether the applications are running in an on-premise, off-premise, physical or virtual environment.