Comment is a command line directory context note taker. Notes are stored in both the local directory and each users home. It was developed as a low impact tool for retaining flyaway information that is often needed at a later date. The dual storage system provides convenient access to prior notes, and all notes are stored in plain-text format.
A note or observation intended to explain, illustrate, or criticise the meaning of a writing, book, etc.; explanation; annotation; exposition.
An note attached to a cell. The default is a pale yellow rectangle. A comment can be hidden. The shape can be changed to any AutoShape. Text in a comment can be formatted. Comments often explain something about the source or formatting or use of the cell contents.
Part of a source program which is intended for a human reader and which is ignored by the compiler. As a minimum, all variables and all routines should have explanatory comments. A comment may attempt to explain nearby code, but problems ensue if the code is updated and the comment is not. Ideally, comments should tell WHAT code does, not HOW; the code should be self-explanatory.
To make remarks, observations, or criticism; especially, to write notes on the works of an author, with a view to illustrate his meaning, or to explain particular passages; to write annotations; -- often followed by on or upon.
A remark, observation, or criticism; gossip; discourse; talk.
When asked to comment, you are asked to explore the impact and meaning of something; give a note in explanation, criticism, or illustration of something written or said; remark or make an observation made in criticism or as an expression of opinion
Comments are often used by programmers as a means of documenting their program logic so that when they return to update it, or someone else needs to edit it, they can understand what the programmer was doing at the time
a feature that encourages your visitors to offer feedback or participate in a discussion about your postings
a reply or feedback that a reader can leave in response to an
a 'tag' added to a website, it can be part of your blog or just on your webcam for example
Special markup and content that is solely for the eyes of the readers of the XML or SGML source of a document.
a brief report about some experience (book, movie, TV show, magazine or newspaper article, conversation, event, etc
a brief statement about some experience (movie, TV show, magazine or newspaper article, conversation, happening, etc
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quote extracted from the original articles; can be that of the targets or other people's comments regarding certain issues or specific individuals, esp. about the targets [also see Statement
A statement that is embedded in a shell script but should not be executed by the shell.
a non-executable statement that will simply be printed out in the RESULTS file
a statement about the question, perhaps a request for clarification
State clearly and in moderate fashion your opinions on the material in question. Support your views with reference to suitable evidence or explanations.
a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
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a double-slash ( // ) sign and all following symbols up to and including the next EOL (end-of-line) symbol
a line starting with a semicolan
a line that starts with // (two slashes)