Lupercal LLC v. CitiBank, N.A.

Western District of Texas, txwd-6:2019-cv-00201

Exhibit PC26

Interested in this case?

Current View

Full Text

EXHIBIT PC26 f Design ed for m~~ll ll l ~lil ~lil~/]/l / ij~ l l f~~~l~l~l l .,,,,, ·~ . Microsoft• Windows NT" PAO 003701 Windows"98 Over 4,700 Entries! PUBLISHED BY Microsoft Press A Division of Microsoft Corporation One Microsoft Way Redmond, Washington 98052-6399 Copyright© 1998 by Microsoft Corporation All rights reserved. No part of the contents of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the written permission of the publisher. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Microsoft Press Computer User's Dictionary I Microsoft Corporation. p. cm. ISBN 1-57231-862-7 1. Computers--Dictionaries. I. Microsoft Corporation. QA76.15.M544 1998 004' .03--dc21 98-13998 CIP Printed and bound in the United States of America. 23456789 MLML 321098 Distributed in Canada by ITP Nelson, a division of Thomson Canada Limited. A CIP catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. Microsoft Press, books are available through booksellers and distributors worldwide. For further information about international editions, contact your local Microsoft Corporation office or contact Microsoft Press International directly at fax (425) 936-7329. Visit our Web site at Macintosh, Power Macintosh, QuickTime, and TrueType fonts are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. ActiveX, Directlnput, DirectX, Microsoft, Microsoft Press, MS-DOS, Visual Basic, Visual C++, Win32, Win32s, Windows, Windows NT, and XENIX are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Other product and company names mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners. Acquisitions Editor: Kim Fryer Project Editors: Teri Kieffer, Maureen Williams Zimmerman Manuscript Editor: Mary Renaud Technical Editors: John Conrow, Mary DeJong, Jim Fuchs, Roslyn Lutsch, Robert Lyon, Dail Magee, Jr., Kurt Meyer, Gary Nelson, Jean Ross NGOs (nongovernment organizations), and individuals that use the Fidon protocol. n. On the Internet, the major domain specifying that an a dress is located on Fidonet. field n. 1. A location in a record in which a particular type of data is stored~ For example, EMPLOYEE-RECORD might contain fields to store Last-Narne First-Name, Address, Zip-Code, Hire-Date, Title, and so on. A field is charac~ terized by its maximum length and the type of data (for example, alphabetic or numeric) that can be placed in it. In a relational DBMS, fields are called columns. 2. A space in an on-screen form where the user can enter a spe-' cific item of information. ' field separator n. Any character that separates one field of data from an- other. See also delimiter, field (definition 1). FIFO n. See first in, first out. fifth-generation computer n. See computer. fifth normal form n. Abbreviated SNF. See normal form. file n. A complete, named collection of information, such as a program, a set of data used by a program, or a user-created document. A file is the basic unit of storage that enables a computer to distinguish one set of information from another. It constitutes a coherent unit that a user can retrieve, change, delete, save, or send to an output device. file allocation table n. A table or list maintained by some operating sys- tems to manage disk space used for file storage. Files on a disk are stored, as space allows, in fixed-size groups of bytes rather than as contiguous strings of text or numbers. A single file can thus be scattered in pieces over many separate storage areas. A file allocation table maps available disk storage space so that it can mark and avoid flawed segments and can find and link the pieces of a file. In MS-DOS, the file allocation table is commonly known as the FAT. file attribute n. A restrictive label attached to afile that describes and regulates its use-for example, hidden, system, read-only, archive. In MS- DOS, this information is stored as part of the file's directory entry. file backup n. See backup. file compression n. The process of reducing the size of a file for transmis- sion or storage. See also data compression. file conversion n. The process of transforming the data in a file from one format to another without altering its contents-for example, converting a file from a word processor's format to its ASCII equivalent. file extension n. See extension (definition 1). file format n. The structure of a file that defines the way it is stored and laid out on the screen or in print. The format can be fairly simple, as for files stored as "plain" ASCII text, or it can be complex and include various con- trol instructions and codes used by programs, printers, and other devices. Examples include RTF (Rich Text Format), PICT, DXF, TIFF (Tagged Image File Format), and EPSF (Encapsulated PostScript Format). 142