Interchangeable Flip Flops
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Interchangeable Flip Flops
- exchangeable: capable of replacing or changing places with something else; permitting mutual substitution without loss of function or suitability; “interchangeable electric outlets” “interchangeable parts”
- (Interchangeability (computer science)) In computer science, interchangeability is an ability that an object can be replaced by another object without affecting code using the object.
- Apparently identical; very similar
- (mathematics, logic) such that the arguments or roles can be interchanged; “the arguments of the symmetric relation, `is a sister of,’ are interchangeable”
- (of two things) Able to be interchanged
- A light sandal, typically of plastic or rubber, with a thong between the big and second toe
- A backward handspring
- An abrupt reversal of policy
- (flip-flop) interchange: reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)
- (flip-flop) reversal: a decision to reverse an earlier decision
- (flip-flop) a backless sandal held to the foot by a thong between the big toe and the second toe
interchangeable flip flops – Girl's Interchangeable
Girl's Interchangeable Button Sandal in Blue Color: Yellow, Size: 13
LC72226C-13-Yellow Color: Yellow, Size: 13 Available in Multiple Colors! Interchangeable Button Sandal by Casual Barn Features: -Girls interchangeable Button Sandal in Blue. -Part of the Victoria collection. -Leather and textile upper. -Cute and fun. -Snap on interchangeable button. -Comfortable textile upper with soft EVA footbed. -Non-slip rubber outsole. -Sizing – please order one size up. -Available in your choice of:. -Lavender (LC72226C-Lavender). -Orange (LC72226C-Orange). -Yellow (LC72226C-Yellow). -Pink(LC72226C-Pink). -Green(LC72226C-Green). -Blue(LC72226C-Blue). Need help finding or measuring the right size for you? Need to convert your size between country standards? Click here to see our Size Guide!
This PDP-8/s is at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View CA. The PDP-8/s was the first computer to be available for less than $10,000 US. It was also the first to be sold off-the-shelf. It was popular for its time because of the low price. 1024 units were made. The "s" in the name stands for serial, although some said it stands for "slow". To economize on gates and transistors, all arithmetic operations were performed serial-by-bit. The PDP-8 is a 12-bit word-length machine, so to add two 12-bit numbers, they were cycled through a 1-bit adder, and added 1 bit at a time. The machine was constructed using modular "Flip-chip" plug-ins. Many of the plug-in modules were interchangeable — thus a module from the program counter could also be used in the accumulator. One common module contained two flip-flops (4 transistors), thus functioned as two bits in a register. The front panel displayed pretty much the entire state of the machine. The far right column of lights showed the phase of instruction execution. The next column of lights from the right shows the current instruction opcode (all eight of them!). This computer featured 4K words of core memory.
UT Black sundress
This precious black UT sundress is reversible and comes with matching bloomers and a matching boutique style bow.You may choose the size of the bow & the type of barrette.