A program which tallies the number of hits to a site. The program can also be used to track a number of statistics including raw vs. return hits, browsers used to view the site, country or location of visitor to the site, and much more. Some counter programs also count outgoing traffic to help track hits to partnership and other sponsored programs.
A script or program that automatically counts something, like visits to a web page or clicks on a link.
a simple program(usually written on Java Script pr PHP) which tracks the total number of webpage impressions [ edit
A counter tabulates hits or page views of a web page, typically using cgi programs. CPA
The enclosed space within such letters as “c,” “e,” “g,” “s,” and “H.
In a given typeface, the enclosed areas within letterforms or symbols, such as those found in the letters a,b,d,e,g,and o.
In type it is an enclosed area within a letter, in uppercase, lowercase, and numerical letterforms.
The space within a letter. An example is the hole in the center of the letter "o". This space can be narrow or wide and influences the readability of the font.
an object syntax type representing a non-negative integer, which increases monotonically until it reaches the maximum value (2\31 - 1), when it wraps back to zero.
(computer science) a register whose contents go through a regular series of states (usually states indicating consecutive integers)
an object that returns an unsigned integer that grows over time (for an explanation on objects, check the concepts page)
a number (integer) that can be initialized, incremented and used in actions
A telltale; a contrivance attached to an engine, printing press, or other machine, for the purpose of counting the revolutions or the pulsations.
Contrary; in opposition; in an opposite direction; contrariwise; -- used chiefly with run or go.
In the wrong way; contrary to the right course; as, a hound that runs counter.
Contrary; opposite; contrasted; opposed; adverse; antagonistic; as, a counter current; a counter revolution; a counter poison; a counter agent; counter fugue.
A blackjack player that uses card counting systems.
A blackjack player who uses a system which assigns a numeric value to cards in order to track the cards dealt for betting and playing decisions.
A person who counts cards.
game equipment used in various card or board games
reduce the opponents' entry-creating possibilities by playing low on a high card or high on a low card (e.g., If North, dummy, holds ace-jack, and South, declarer, holds queen-ten, West, with king-deuce, can counter South's plays by playing the king on the ten or the deuce on the queen, in each case denying a second entry to dummy in the suit).
A stone that is in a scoring position.
a -lead carried out just as one is attacked, the object being to block (parry) the blow and land on the opponent at the same time
One of the men or checkers used in the game of Backgammon. Also known as a stone, checker or marker.
The back leather or heel part of a boot.
Area on shoe upper covering the back of the heel. By surrounding the heel, it helps keep the foot centered and stable. A proper fitting heel counter will prevent slippage. It also prevents the heel of the shoe from sagging.
a piece of leather forming the back of a shoe.
the leather piece above the heel of the boot, which is attached by stitching to the vamp.
The after part of a vessel's body, from the water line to the stern, -- below and somewhat forward of the stern proper.
The part of the stern aft of where it leaves the waterline.
Flat, rounded stern deck of a motorboat.
at the stern of the boat, that portion of the hull emerging from below the water, and extending to the transom.
a device capable of changing between a sequence of distinguishable states upon each receipt of an input signal
a device that generates some patterned biniary value depending on a clock or some other pulsed input
a sequential logic machine , since the outputs depend on past inputs, not simply on the current values of the inputs
a circuit that counts pulses; also, in software, the address of a count
Any misdirection play, esp. the counter trey.
a running play in which the running back will take a step in the opposite direction of the play, only to get the handoff in the other direction. Weak side linemen will sometimes pull and lead the back downfield (sometimes called a counter trap), but not necessarily. The play is designed to get the defense to flow away from the action for a few steps, allowing more room for the running back.
An offensive running play which is designed to confuse a defense. The defense could be expecting a pass and the counter is run to deceive the defenders.
A play where the offense runs the ball in the opposite direction that the defense expects. Usually preceded by a fake in the opposite direction of the actual play.
A player who continuously counts his chips. One chip.
A person who has the responsibility of counting a player's rally.
(1) One chip. (2) A player who continuously counts his chips.
a simple device intended to do one simple thing - count
a very simple device
a very simple example of an object
a unit of measurement used by Performance Monitor to display activity
A working cabinet for display, demonstration, or registration.
Display that describes relative position of TAPE in time, HH:MM:SS.
A general designation applied to radiation detection instruments or survey meters that detect and measure radiation. The signal produced from an ionization event is called a count.
An instrument that measures or counts events. Often a frequency meter is called a frequency counter because it counts the number of cycles in a given period.
Generic term for instruments that measure radioactivity.