loop will run several commands with varied arguments in parallel, with a maximum of n running at any given time. It is suitable for parallelized remote command execution via SSH or similar, but not limited to that.
The portion of a vibrating string, air column, etc., between two nodes; -- called also ventral segment.
A programming construct in which the same set of instructions is executed as many times as necessary to process all the data; also called an iteration.
An event that occurs when two network devices are connected by more than one path, thereby causing packets to repeatedly cycle around the network and not reach their destination.
A maneuver in which an aircraft flys in a vertical circle.
an aerobatic maneuver whereby the airplane flies a vertical circle in the air. The easiest stunt of all to pull off, and any airplane with an elevator can do them. Just make sure you're not flying too close to the ground first... More details here.
A manoeuvre consisting of a complete revolution in flight in a vertical plane. The upper surface of the aeroplane or glider performing the manoeuvre is on the inside of the circle.
If ''x'' is a point in a space ''X'', a loop at ''x'' in ''X'' (or a loop in ''X'' with basepoint ''x'') is a path ''f'' in ''X'', such that ''f''(0) = ''f''(1) = ''x''. Equivalently, a loop in ''X'' is a continuous map from the unit circle ''S''1 into ''X''.
A control structure that allows the repetition of a group of statements until a termination condition is reached.
Object in the Options Manager. Used to establish repetition within the Options Assistant.
a segment of pipeline that is installed adjacent to an existing pipeline and connected to it at both ends
1. (mainly used by caddies) another term for a round of golf (also might refer to the player a caddie is working for or the job of caddying itself) 2. (also "reroute") a noticeable difference in the path of the club head between the backswing and downswing
A closed path around which there is a current or signal.
a collapsible magnifying glass used to closely examine the dot pattern on film intended to be burned for screenprinting
a continuous path of track that connects with itself
A loop is an edge that connects a vertex to itself. (See the illustration for degree which has a graph with three loops.) See pseudograph for a formal definition of loop.
An edge or arc from a vertex to itself is called a loop. Loops are not allowed in simple graphs or digraphs.
A type of edge jump on which the skater takes off from and lands on the same back outside edge.
a construct that is constructed by stringing together connected edges or linear segments, beginning and ending at the same vertex
The physical wires that run between the telephone company’s central office and the customer’s telephone system.
Local circuit between an exchange and a subscriber telephone station. Also called subscriber loop and local line.
Circuit formed by the two subscriber wires (Tip and Ring), connect to the telephone at one end and the central office (or PBX) at the other. Generally a floating system, not referred to ground, or ac power.
Twisted-pair copper telephone line.
Closed electric circuit.
(1) A closed circuit. (2) The single connection from a switching center to an individual telecommunications instrument.
A closed circuit of a plumbing branch which supplies water from the riser to a fixture or a group of fixtures.
The closed path in an electrical circuit.
a continuously moving image that restarts without any choppy effects
a continuous wire without
an audio file that can be inserted into another file to be played continuously
An electrical circuit that provides two sources of power to a load or to a substation so that if one source is de-energized the remaining source continues to provide power.
A wire forming part of a main circuit and returning to the point from which it starts.
A single turn of wire or cable used to carry electric current. It is used for magnetizing and demagnetizing purposes.
1. Large piece of heated metal, which makes it bendable for shaping. 2. Top Garden Fencing Fence where the tops are rounded looped wire.
The curve or arc by the wire between the attachment points at each end of a wire bond.
a complete cycle through all of the images in an animated sequence
a sequence of statements which is specified once but which may be carried out several times in succession
a set of frames which, when played in sequence, give the illusion of movement
Threaded U-joint that attaches chain to the canopy on a chandelier
A curve of any kind in the form of a loop.
A curved conductor that connects the ends of a coaxial cable or other transmission line and projects into a waveguide or resonant cavity for the purpose of injecting or extracting energy.
anything with a round or oval shape (formed by a curve that is closed and does not intersect itself)
a special curve that is drawn on the surface so that it connects back with itself, i
A shot hit with a long, upward motion, from as low as the knees to as high as the forehead, grazing the ball and putting heavy topspin on it. It's often used to set up a kill, since the opponent's return is likely to be high.
an offensive shot that carries a tremendous amount of topspin
A long upward motion that just grazes the ball and places heavy topspin on it, usually to set up a kill.
a type of heavy topspin when the ball dips in the air
LOOP is a visual programming language project dedicated to creating a full suite of components for simulation of hierarchical dynamical systems in discrete time.
a dynamic, real-time string of images that runs across the desktop
a dynamic string of images that scroll continuously across a user
a dynamic string of images that scrolls across a user's desktop
move in loops; "The bicycle looped around the tree"
a sound that is trimmed so that it can be played around and around
a sound that sounds good when played
The area that wraps around the counter of a serif faced g. It is also a terminal.
a digital audio file of a musical instrument or sound that can be used to create a greater musical work or figure
a musical audio file that contains rhythmic patterns that you can cut, paste, chop and extend to fill any amount of time
a recording of a musical phrase, often one to four bars long that is played again and again
Most modern electronic dance music consists of loops of sound. A loop is a piece of sound that can be played again and again in a coherent sequence. Dance music consists of many types of loops layered on top of each other to create music. One track can contain many loops which may not necessarily be played throughout the entire track. Typically a loop will consist of 16 beats although loops of 4,8,16,32,etc. can also be found.
a part of each saddle ring sling
a ring, or an "O," and another word for stove is "range
a ring which contains no other rings
Loop is the third in the series of Ring Novels by Koji Suzuki. As of 2005, it has yet to be adapted to the screen as had the other novels, however there have been rumors of a film coming as early as 2006.
a type of inversion used in roller coasters
a type of inversion used in roller coaster s
a type of inversion used in rollercoasters
The generic roller coaster vertical loop is the most basic of roller coaster inversions. Specifically, the loop refers to a continuously upward-sloping section of track that eventually results in a complete 360 degree circle. At the top-most piece of the loop, riders are completely inverted.
The woven or served looped ends of the bowstring that fit in the bow nocks when the bow is strung.
The loop of a fly line is found when casting and the line comes over the top of itself forming a big â€œCâ€ in the air over the fly rod, eventually straightening to a perfect line. Loops are described as open or closed. Open loops mean slow casts and delicate presentations, while closed loops mean a quick line and hard landing, but effective for casting under structure.
When casting, the bow in the fly line as in unrolls in the air.
A string in a U shape tied on the bow string around the nock point that a release aid is attached to when shooting.
To make a loop of or in; to fasten with a loop or loops; -- often with up; as, to loop a string; to loop up a curtain.
fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines
fasten or join with a loop; "He looped the watch through his belt"
A nose stand or ender where the kayak goes beyond the vertical position into a somersault.
An element that sends riders up vertically, turns them over and deposits them right side up.
That part of a STANDING WAVE where the vertical motion is greatest and the horizontal velocities are least.
the topology of a network whose components are connected in a loop
a connection within time
a strongly connected component of the CFG
make a loop in; "loop a rope"
a bend in the rope that DOES cross itself
A bend in rope or webbing that crosses over itself
a construct that allows us to perform one or more actions again and again
a water main constructed to provide a link between two existing or new water mains
A construct that makes code happen many times.
a twelve-triad long section of the composition to which the user may assign any articulation
A section of film spliced end-to-end for use in printing, testing, dubbing, etc.
The Loop is a beltway around Texarkana, a twin city in the U.S. states of Arkansas and Texas, running about 16 miles (26 km). Consisting of Highway 245 - sometimes called Loop 245 - in Arkansas, and State Highway Loop 151 and a section of U.S. Highway 59 in Texas, it forms a three-quarter loop around the east, south and west sides of the city.
A railway branch line which leaves the main line and rejoins it after a short distance.
A siding that had access from both ends. Sometimes long lengths of track parallel to the main line, so that a slow train could be put in the loop to allow a faster train to pass. Sometimes a short length of track that allows a Locomotive to run around the coaching stock.
A line that runs parallel to another line to which it is attached at both ends.