Direction; order; command.
a segment of coded data that is interpreted by a computer as a command to perform an operation or series of operations. The term instruction is applied to both the electronic form of the data as represented in and executed by the computer, and to any line of written computer code which is interpreted as one instruction by a compiler. A computer program is comprised of one or more instructions.
A program statement that specifies an operation to be performed by a computer and that identifies data involved in the operation. IBM.
State program classification (101) that includes all funds expended for activities that are part of the institution's instructional program (e.g., courses and experiences for degree-seeking students).
The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information.
Precept; information; teachings.
The methods and processes used by teachers to change what students know and can do, their attitudes, or their behavior.
Methods and techniques used to teach the curriculum.
A document to explain implementation of a Church law, which can be issued by the relevant authority in a particular matter, such as the pope or a bishop.
the law as given be the court to the jury prior to their deliberations which states the applicable law to the issues in the case
Directions by a judge to the jury, informing them of the law that they are to apply to the facts of the case in order to reach a verdict.
Direction given by a judge regarding the applicable law in a given case.
a binary code that specifies a sequence of
a coded bit sequence giving direction to the CPU
a sequence of Binary Digits (bits) that can be used to control the internal electronics of a digital computer system
The unit of binary information that a CPU decodes and executes. In assembly language, instruction refers to the mnemonic (such as LDS or SHL) that the assembler converts into machine code.