Definitions for "operating"
Working, functioning.
having an effect or influence.
Performing function to produce an appropriate effect. [D03044] Webster
The high-level administration programme running system in a computer at all times, i.e. to control all the operations and tasks, e.g. MS-DOS and UNIX.
System (OS) The operating system is the one, which offers all needed basic functions and the surface for using own programs to the user. The most widespreaded OS is surely Windows® from Microsoft®. Parameter As parameters are called the values (variables) given to a function, command, keyword or procedure. If a parameter is "optional", i.e. you can but most not indicate it, then this parameter will be displayed into square [brackets] in the manual. Pointer A pointer (indicator) is a variable, which contains a memory address, at which data is stored. Sourcecode(also only: Code) As source code is named the program code (in our case the PureBasic program code) entered by the programmer. From the source code the compiler can create an executable program. Syntax Define the rules for correct using of a function, command, operator, etc.
pr. p. of operate; as, the operating conditions of the oxidation pond.
involved in a kind of operation; "the operating conditions of the oxidation pond"
Keywords:  lieu, broader, floppy, drive, statutes
used by some state statutes in lieu of the term “driving,” the definition of which can vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. It generally is given a broader meaning than driving and can include starting the engine or manipulating the mechanical or electrical devices of a standing vehicle.
system (OS) also Disk Operating System (DOS) A set of programs on your computer that enable you to access your hard drive, monitor, mouse, and keyboard. The disk operating system enables your computer to organize and manage files on your disk media (floppy disk, hard drive, and CD-ROM).
Another name for actively participating in the buying of stock in a saleyard.
Cost Escalation Refers to the clause in a lease agreement used to adjust rents over the term of a lease.
Support: A contribution given to cover an organization's day-to-day, ongoing expenses, such as salaries, utilities or office supplies.
the working pressure at which a system is normally expected to be operated. Measuring devices are often chosen so that the normal operating pressure is not near the limits of the device.