Pipe helps you write, test, and debug shell scripts quickly while using your favorite text editor. You can filter text through your scripts and see the script source, input, and output simultaneously. Pipe also provides a system-wide service so you can feed text from any application through your scripts.
A connection between the output of one program and the input of another. e.g. ls more, takes the output of ``ls'' (a list of files), and displays it one screen at a time with the more program.
(1) (n.) The software connection between two programs.(2) (n.) The UNIX® operator (|) that makes the output of one command or program into the input of another. (3) (v.) To make the output of one command or program into the input of another.
A term used in the OTX driver. Represents a path for a data connection. A pipe has a capacity which describes how much data can flow through it. A common capacity is 64 kbit/s (one timeslot). A pipe is a simplex connection. It has one input and one output. Pipes can be connected to physical or logical devices.
A wind instrument of music, consisting of a tube or tubes of straw, reed, wood, or metal; any tube which produces musical sounds; as, a shepherd's pipe; the pipe of an organ.
Any long tube or hollow body of wood, metal, earthenware, or the like: especially, one used as a conductor of water, steam, gas, etc.
(different types of) ABS - acrylonitrile buradine styrene Cast Iron Copper Galvanized (steel) PVC - polyvinyl chloride
A long tube of clay, concrete, steel, metal, wood, etc., for conveying water, gas, oil or other materials.
A small bowl with a hollow stem, -- used in smoking tobacco, and, sometimes, other substances.
To become hollow in the process of solodifying; -- said of an ingot, as of steel.
When used to describe a defect in a metal this term is used either to indicate: (i) The central cavity formed by contraction during soldifiation in the top of ingot stock or (ii) An imperfection seen in wrought material resulting from this cavity.
(1) then central cavity formed by contraction in metal, especially ingots, during solidification; (2) the defect in wrought or cast products resulting from such a cavity; (3) an extrusion defect due to the oxidized surface of the billet flowing toward the center of the rod at the back end; (4) a tubular metal product, cast or wrought.
A passageway for the air in speaking and breathing; the windpipe, or one of its divisions.
a colloquial term for an intrusive body of magmatic rock which has the three dimensional shape of a cylinder, pipe, or cone
an intrusive body that has a three-dimensional vertical shape of a cylinder or a cone.
A tapered, carrot-shaped kimberlitic rock body. It is usually more or less vertical.
The peeping whistle, call, or note of a bird.
A boatswain's whistle, used to call the crew to their duties; also, the sound of it.
To play on a pipe, fife, flute, or other tubular wind instrument of music.
To call, convey orders, etc., by means of signals on a pipe or whistle carried by a boatswain.
Same as a STREAMS-based pipe.
a linear array of bytes, as is a file, but it is used solely as an I/O stream, and it is unidirectional
an uninterpreted stream of information that can be used to pass information between programs, files, or peripheral devices
a pair of connected sockets for one-way stream communication
An elongated body or vein of ore.
A cask usually containing two hogsheads, or 126 wine gallons; also, the quantity which it contains.
From the Portuguese "pipa", this is the traditional large, elongated barrel used in producing port as well as madeira.
equal to 2 hogsheads or 4 barrels. 105 imperial gallons.
To force a food (typically frosting or whipped cream) through a pastry tip to use as a decoration or garnish, or to shape dough, such as that for éclairs.
decorate food using a pastry bag and tip, usually icing on a cake.
To squeeze icing or other soft food through a pastry bag to make a design or decorative edible edging.
To push frosting, whipped cream, mashed potatoes or other soft mixture through a pastry bag fitted with a decorative tip to make an edging or garnish.
(n.) A communication primitive which involves the transmission of information through a linearly connected subset of the nodes of a parallel computer.
A collection of image processing elements that are connected together sequentially through which image data flows. The image processing elements on a Datacube pipeline processor can be configured together in different ways to create different pipes which perform different sets of image processing operations.
a connection between the client and the remote procedure that exists for the duration of the remote procedure call
The pipe is the line that you receive your Internet connection through, i.e. with a dial-up you have a 56k pipe.
a communication channel created in a particular process, an end of which may be passed to descendants of that process
a communications channel between two applications
an abstract communication channel that is not tied to any particular peer
an area of memory that two or more processes share, and which enables them to communicate with each other
Private Investment in Public Equity. A transaction in which accredited investors...
Private investment In Public Equities
a private investment in public equity
a privately negotiated sale of unregistered securities by a public company to a select number of institutional and/or accredited investors
to carry water from one place to another
an area of memory used by one process to pass information to another
a 'virtual file pointer' that is established within one process, and terminates in another process
A software/hardware construct that moves data from one location to another.
a logical component that represents an association between an endpoint on the USB device and software on the host
a logical connection between the host and endpoint(s)
a software association between an endpoint and a USB device driver
An asynchronous and unidirectional message transfer mechanism used by peers that to send and receive messages. Pipes are bound to Peer endpoints such as a TCP port or an associated IP address.
The pipe is the goalpost, and if you hit a puck "between the pipes" you score a goal
a vertical bar character which is above the enter key on your keyboard
Another name for high bar.
A term commonly used to refer to a men's high bar.