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).
A programming language statement that specifies a particular computer operation to be performed.
(computer science) a line of code written as part of a computer program
a component of a successful reading program, not a complete reading program
a form of communicated information that is both command and explanation for how an action, behavior, method, or task
a group of bits (loop values) in memory that tell the processor to do something
a operation executed in java and consists either of no operand or one operand
a single program command to the computer s central processor
a statement in a compiled program
a statement that is executed at runtime
A command that tells the processor to do something, like add two numbers or get some data from the memory. CD - Liquid Crystal Display, the calculators screen
An internal pipeline which is capable of some sort of action. Some instructions include, ADD, STORE, and MULTIPLY. All actions done by a processor are the result of an instruction. Compiled programs use these instructions to process information.
A Microprocessor command.
the provision of measurable course work to students; all activities that are part of an institution's instructional program. Included are expenditures for credit and noncredit courses, academic, vocational, high technology instruction, remedial and tutorial instruction, and regular, special, and extension sessions.
Program quantum. Command understood by the computer processor and that will be executed. An instruction can be a logical or a mathematical process, or a memory access.
a coded program step that specifies one computer operation
A program statement that specifies an operation to be performed by the computer, along with the values or locations of operands. This statement represents the programmer's request to the processor to perform a specific operation.
The simplest direction that you can give to a processor. Programs are made up of these, but usually don't go down to such nitty-gritty levels unless you...
IEEE] A program statement that causes a computer to perform a particular operation or set of operations. [ISO] In a programming language, a meaningful expression that specifies one operation and identifies its operands, if any.
A program step that tells the computer what to do next. Instruction is often used incorrectly as a synonym for command.
A command or statement that make computer hardware do something.
Any command sent to a microprocessor, especially assembly language instructions.
A primitive command to a builder, such as " move forward" or " place brick". The equivalent of an allele in our system.
A step in a calculation expressed in the coded form required by the computer.
A program code which tells the computer what to do.
A set of bits which will cause a computer to perform certain prescribed operations. A computer instruction consists of: 1)An operation code which specifies the operation(s) to be performed. 2) One or more operands (or addresses of operands in memory). 3) One or more modifiers (or addresses of modifiers) used to modify the operand or its address. Instruction can also be called an order. The signal that initiates the operation is called a command.
In computer science, an instruction typically refers to a single operation of a processor within a computer architecture.