to copy from an area of memory, or a peripheral device, to a peripheral device; often used to denote the print-out of the contents of an area of memory Return
A capture of valuable storage information at the time of an error.
To transfer all information from a record to another storage medium, e.g., copying from memory to a printer.
1. n. A collection or recitation of all available information about a problem (as in: "I need a quick dump on that issue."). 2. v. To record, at a particular instant, the contents of all or part of one storage device in another storage device.. 3. n. Data that has been dumped. 4. v. To copy data in a readable format from main or auxiliary storage onto an external medium such as tape, diskette, or printer. 5. v. To copy the contents of all or part of virtual storage .
To copy data to a screen, printer or another storage medium.
transfer a block of the contents of memory to some output device or disk. A CORE DUMP is transfer of the entire contents of memory to the hard drive as a result of a program crash.
The copy information from one location to another without regard for its appearance or format. Often used for printing information that is temporarily useful.
Printed display of the contents of a database tape or file, often used to check the accuracy of a random set of records.
(computer science) a copy of the contents of a computer storage device; sometimes used in debugging programs
a file that gets created when ZoneAlarm crashes
a more general term that includes the copying of a large portion of one storage medium to another storage medium or to a printer, display, or other output device
a view of the contents in an area of computer memory
Printed display of a data file or a portion of that data file for purposes of reviewing data prior to personalization.
(n.) A duplicate copy of files. See incremental dump.
To display or print the contents of memory in a specified memory range.
(1) To record, at a particular instant, the contents of all or part of one storage device in another storage device. Dumping is usually for the purpose of debugging. (2) To copy data in a readable format from main or auxiliary storage onto an external medium such as tape, diskette, or printer. (3) To copy the contents of all or part of virtual storage for the purpose of collecting error information. (Back to the top)
to transfer some or all of the contents of a computer's memory to another storage device or to a line printer
Display memory from ADDR for U bytes on the standard EMIT device. Each line displays 16 bytes in hexadecimal and ASCII forms; any control/non-printing characters in the ASCII columns will be displayed as a period . The CONSOLE window should be set to the full screen width. Every 23 lines, a header is printed showing the low nibble value of the address for that column above both formats. DUMP allows the programmer to suspend the output; see ?PAUSE. Related Words: EMIT ?PAUSE
will display the contents of memory at a given address. It is useful for examining data structures like the dictionary, and strings. The stack diagram is: DUMP ( address count -- , dump memory )
This is a computer term which means to wash out one thing and dump it into another. Eg. a screen dump takes the information displayed on the screen and literally dumps it out to the printer.
Slang term referring to the transfer of data from one location to another. (e.g., in order to print, a program may ‘dump’ a file to the printer buffer).
Data in the computer's memory that is displayed or saved when the computer crashes.
To copy information en masse onto another medium, usually for safekeeping. Also known as archiving and backing up.
copy the contents of a relevant portion of a computer's memory to an output data set
To copy or transfer the contents of a computer file.
A display for books, often made of cardboard.
Printed display of the contents of a data file, typically a magnetic tape or a portion of that data file, for purposes of review of the data.
1) 'Off load': usually applied when a program is 'dumped,' or off-loaded to storage medium such as disk or cassette. 2) A power dump, when all power is removed from the computer. Digital : The binary code: the 01011001-style numeric language on which all computers are based. Refers to systems that are computer based. Digital sound -sound that is stored as numbers.
An area used for the temporary storage and disbursing of military supplies.