Set of logical blocks having addressing numbers that form a continuous ascending sequence.
Second level of logical database storage. An extent is a specific number of contiguous data blocks allocated for storing a specific type of information. See Also: data block, segment
Contiguous area of disk space allocated to a file. A file might have zero or more extents.
A set of consecutively addressable disk blocks. An extent may be virtual or physical. Virtual extents are consecutively addressable disk blocks on a Network-Volume, while physical extents are consecutively addressable blocks on an array volume.
a group of eight pages
Number of pages in a book. This can be inclusive or exclusive of endpapers, illustrations etc.
The actual or estimated number of PAGEs in a piece of work. ( See CASTING OFF.)
The number of pages in the printed book.
Survey and valuation of property, made by its lord or by the royal government. (Frame, Robin. Colonial Ireland, 1169-1369, 144) Document enumerating lands, services, and rents of a manor. (Gies, Frances and Joseph. Life in a Medieval Village, 244) The formal recitation and valuation of the various lands of a manor, and also of the services, rents, profits, etc. of the same. (Bennett, H.S. Life on the English Manor: A Study of Peasant Conditions, 1150-1400, 337)
A manorial survey that has a valuation attached to every property (usually dating from 13-14 century).
a description of the estimate of the area and value of a manor, including a list of the tenants, with their holdings, rents and services compiled on the testimony of a sworn jury of the inhabitants of the manor
manorial document listing holdings and tenants with their obligations in labour services and rent, also known as a terrier
IBMspeak for a continuous space on a DASD volume occupied by a dataset or part of a dataset.
The visible, rectangular portion of a workspace. Also, the visible, rectangular region within which G2 displays an item's representation.
Defines a rectangular portion of the graphics to be displayed.
The rectangular limits of the map area being displayed.
the point or degree to which something extends; "the extent of the damage"; "the full extent of the law"; "to a certain extent she was right"
the distance or area or volume over which something extends; "the vast extent of the desert"; "an orchard of considerable extent"
The width or limits of the application of something.
A control or window's position and size.
Size of a unit of description within a collection.
describes the approximate size of the electronic text as stored on some carrier medium, specified in any convenient units.
The size of an area affected by a hazard or hazard event.
A rectangle that describes the outermost edges of a widget.
The geographical area a map covers. The extent of most USGS maps is defined by a uniform grid based on latitude and longitude.
A rectangle bounding a map, the size of which is determined by the minimum and maximum map coordinates.