New to the 6th edition is the expansion of examples available on the companion website, new sections on the handling of integrated circuits, octal numbers and hexadecimal numbers, and added chapter and self-test questions.
What does H stand for?
H stands for Hexadecimal
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of H
- Hearts (playing cards)
- Hecto- (10^3, SI Prefix)
- Heer (German)
- Helicobacter (genus of H. pylori bacteria)
- Helicopter or Search/Rescue (US military aircraft designation; as in H-1)
- Help! (Beatles song)
- Hentai (anime)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In a piece of software connecting the Linux kernel to Microsoft's HyperV program, a small piece of hexadecimal code reading "0xB16B00B5" was found.
The book includes review questions with an answer key, resources, a guide to the hexadecimal color guide referred to throughout the book, and a disc with the lesson files required to complete the projects.
RFID projects that do not require the EPC code can use the system to directly program HF (High Frequency) or UHF (Ultra High Frequency) smart labels in a hexadecimal or ASCII format.
Protocol-decode software interprets bus data and displays it in protocol, hexadecimal or binary format.
Key features of the server product include: -- Command-line interface -- create scripts for application tasks -- Partition management -- split, merge, resize, copy, move and delete partitions within Windows -- Data destruction -- wipe out all data from a deleted partition and from unallocated space -- Hard disk editor -- perform advanced editing, such as restoring boot records and hexadecimal editing -- Application log -- view all actions performed using the application -- Data recovery -- restore damaged partitions The consumer product adds a multiboot manager, Acronis OS Selector, and works on desktop operating systems; the server version works with desktop and server operating systems.
For this first set, the panel sifted through 700 standards, a veritable hexadecimal soup including X12, HL7, NCPP, and the Continuity of Care record, whittling that down to 30.