Definition of Operation code
1. Noun. The portion of a set of operation descriptions that specifies the operation to be performed; the set of operations in a computer.
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Literary usage of Operation code
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1. Construction Cost Keeping and Management: A Treatise for Engineers by Halbert Powers Gillette, Richard Turner Dana (1922)
"This number is found to be 27; then the operation "mixing" is taken from the operation code (page 234) and found to be 38. Joining the two together with a ..."
2. SAS 9.1.3 Language Reference: Concepts by SAS Institute (2005)
"In indexed data sets, the fast-append feature may cause some observations to be written to the audit trail twice, first with a DA operation code and then ..."
3. Packard Advanced Training School: Lecture Course, 1919, Delivered Before the by Packard Motor Car Company (1919)
"Please note that the symbol which is at the top of sheet number ten (10) corresponds to the first two digits in our operation code. In the operation code ..."
4. Energy Policies of IEA Countries by International Energy Agency (2002)
"The Distribution operation code sets the terms for generators, suppliers, and eligible customers to access the distribution network. ..."
5. Civil Procedure Reports: Containing Cases Under the Code of Civil Procedure by New York (State), Henry Huffman Browne, Courts, Rufus Leonard Scott, James Manford Kerr, Percival Soloman Menken (1888)
"... time the Code of Civil Procedure went into operation. Code Pro. § 449. . . . This provision simply permitted the bringing of an action instead of ..."
6. Green Light!: Men of the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron Tell Their Story by Martin Wolfe (1989)
"The first airborne operation of DRAGOON was not the Voltone glider mission but a paratrooper operation code-named ALBATROSS. It left the Rome area airfields ..."