See FOO, BAR, foobar, quux.
To understand, usually in a global sense.
MIT-AI has four mobies of address space: moby 2 is the PDP-6 memory, and moby 3 the PDP-11 interface.) In this sense "moby" is often used as a generic unit of either address space (18.
A collection of neat mathematical and programming hacks contributed by many people at MIT and elsewhere."I can't hack this heat!".Agre hacker originally, someone who makes furniture with an axe.A carriage return (CR) followed by a line feed (LF).Random is often prefixed to a noun to make a "name" out of it (by comparison to common names such as "J.An unexplainable misfeature; gratuitous inelegance.A greeting, also meaning here?"That algorithm is bogus.".
Entered the world of AI with the Fabritek 256K moby memory of MIT-AI.
GLS adds: I recall reading somewhere that most of these are names for the # symbol IN context.The "character" which causes the terminal to perform this action.A DEC-10 system monitor call.Weve not seen any reporting yet on who was on the target list, but Kaspersky is hosting a service to check whether your MAC is on the list.From the scribe command of the same name.A common example is a program communicating to a PTY or STY, which may find itself waiting for output from the PTY/STY before sending anything more to it, while the PTY/STY is similarly waiting for more input from the controlling program before outputting anything.Quux invented by Steele.except that it is not invoked at all, but is instead used by the system to perform various secondary tasks."Boy, what a handwave!" The use of this word is often accompanied by gestures: both hands up, palms forward, swinging the hands in a vertical plane pivoting at the elbows and/or shoulders (depending on the magnitude of the handwave alternatively, holding the forearms still while.