Slots are abstract objects similar to data storage boxes. These boxes can contain data of several types. Boolean, byte, DateTime (date and time), double, float, long, short and string.
In CLIPS] named fields that store data values within a deftemplate. A slot is a named single-slot or multislot. A single-slot or simply slot contains exactly one field while a multislot contains zero or more fields.
a field or argument of a head, which can contain data. Slots on concepts are relations (between the head and the data that fills the slot) or attributes of the head.
a container for an arbitrary functor
hardware: The place you plug a card into inside the computer. Usually there's a long thin connector with numerous metal contacts that match traces on the edge of the card. Different Macs take different types of cards, so be careful.
a numbered division of a computer in which a printed circuit card is located.
A connector position in a shelf. A shelf has 17 front slots, of which 16 are used for MSU3 cards. There are also 17 slots available on the backplane, of which 16 are dedicated to LICs, and one dedicated to the timing interface (TIF) card.
a D-Link wireless ethernet card which makes it truly portable
The deep trough of a stopper at the point at which the downstream flow meets the upstream moving back tow.
To leave a checker open, with the intention of trying to cover it and to score a point.
To move a single checker to an unoccupied point with the intention of making the point in the future
Move one man onto a point, with the intention of adding another man to it later, thereby making it.
This is the particular longitudinal position (typically 2 to 3 degrees apart for above the US) in the geosynchronous orbit into which a satellite is permanently located. See orbital slot.
A user-defined slot consisting of a name (first position) and a filler (second position). For example: slot Indcolor/Ind Indblue/Ind /slot Attributes: @weight, @card, @minCard or @maxCard (depending on context)(See: slot module
(slang) favorable position [in the slot = onside
a position in a grammatical linguistic construction in which a variety of alternative units are interchangeable; "he developed a version of slot grammar"
The area directly in front of the net, from the crease to the top of the face-off circles.
The prime scoring area up the middle of the ice, between the face-off circles. When you "clear the slot," you shove an opposing player out of the area in front of your goal.
a specific area within a zone for a specific item or SKU
a vented area
A single space within an Arsenal which can be "filled" with a Maneuver.
Slot refers to a unit of space in a containership which is generally built with cells fixed with vertical guide rails to facilitate loading and unloading and ensure safe storage. One slot equals one teu of capacity.
a position in a hierarchy or organization; "Bob Dylan occupied the top slot for several weeks"; "she beat some tough competition for the number one slot"
The position occupied by pallets or cases of products. There are two types of slots: primary (select) and reserve (storage).
a memory location in the command station that holds an active decoder address.
One of the 16 key storage locations within a node. Keys exist only in slots. All slots contain keys, which may be null (zero data) keys.
A numbered location within a distribution center that indicates the location of products for storage, retrieval and inventory control. See warehouse slot.
The location offset of an imported function within the import address table of an executable; the location offset of a memory address in a Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL) P-code assembly.
A broad, flat, wooden bar; a slat or sloat.
a through-deck opening or passage formed by the gap between a slat and the leading edge of the ram wing, altering air flow; sometimes a "deck vent."
A gap in the offensive line between a receiver and a tackle.
The gap between the slat and the main airfoil surface.
A narrow depression, perforation, or aperture; esp., one for the reception of a piece fitting or sliding in it.
A long, narrow connector inside the Apple IIgs that lets you connect a printer and other devices to the computer.
narrow, long opening n baffle; height of opening can either be fixed or adjustable.
Narrow opening in a waveguide wall used to couple energy in or out of the waveguide. Also called an aperture or a window.
A cutout in the manufacture of a corrugated container usually on top and bottom, which is used to form the flaps of the container.
A wide cut, or pair of closely spaced parallel cuts including removal of a narrow strip of material made in a fiberboard sheet, usually to form flaps and permit folding without bulges caused by the thickness of the material. Common widths are 1/4 in. (6 mm) and 3/8 in. (9mm.)
The wide cut made to a fiberboard sheet to form flaps and allow folding.
A cut made in a fibreboard sheet, usually to form flaps and thus permit folding. Widths of one-fourth and three-eighths inch are common.
A time allocated by ATC within which a flight must take off, land, or pass a certain point (â€“ Waypoint, reporting point). Slot allocation is a key tool for managing traffic flows and enhancing the punctuality of flights. (â€“ CFMU)
an authorization to take off or land at a designated airport within a specified time period
a scheduled time of arrival or departure available or allocated to a particular airline on a specific date at an airport
The time window that a certain flight has at an airport to meet its commercial needs (disembarkation and boarding of passengers and luggage, refuelling, catering etc.)
Equivalent to instance_variable.
a location inside an instance used to store the value of a variable property
A unit of local storage available within an instance or a class, which is used to store state in the instance or class.
An element in a frame, which can be filled with a value. For instance a `chair' frame may have a `number of legs' slot, perhaps filled with the default value of 4.
A place for a child in a child care program.
"In the slot". Surfing in just the right place on the shoulder.
a specification in the source code which signifies that separately compiled source code may be associated with that place
a time assigned on a schedule or agenda; "the TV program has a new time slot"; "an aircraft landing slot"
assign a time slot; "slot a television programs"
a time to take-off or to land an aircraft
a slot machine that is used for gambling; "they spend hours and hours just playing the slots"
A five-hour time period (four hours of play and 1 hour for initial game preparation, break during play and final paperwork) an RPGA adventure is to be run in. Often events, conventions or game days have multiple slots.
A "slot" in gambling terminology is either a shortened version of the term "slot machine", or refers to an antique slot machine, as in an "antique slot".
a callback for a signal
a function that is called in reponse to a particular signal
a member function that is specially designated for connection to a signal at runtime
a cut into the material normally made by a milling tool or the combination of a drill and a mill/router type tool
an opening cut in the side of the
A cut made in a material of a specific size and location. May have the face material removed when used to feed through imprinters.
a hole in a conductor --- but since the entire chip has an edge seal
a "hole" in a conductor that has a maximum area and/or size that is less than the width of the surrounding conductor
An elongated hole.