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Term: handle

(han' dl) n.

1. a pointer to a pointer.

2. a name or identifier used to identify a person or object within a specific context or domain; a screen name, temporary name, user ID, dataset ID, etc.

Term: hang

(hang') v.i.

(of a program) to fail to complete processing in a proportionate amount of time, as the result of an error or failure, especially when this causes an application or operating system to fail to respond to subsequent user actions; to continue processing indefinitely.

SAS word: HAPLOTYPE

SAS/Genetics. Procedure.

Term: hard-code

(ha:rd' kOd') n.

to write data values in a program.

hard-coded, adj.

Term: hard disk

(ha:rd disk') n.

a disk consisting of magnetic material on a rigid base, read and written by magnetic heads that do not come in contact with the disk.

hard-disk, adj.

Term: hardware

(ha:rd' wa^r) n.

1. computers and any connected devices; the electronic equipment used in computing.

adj.

2. of or having to do with hardware.

SAS word: HARMEAN

Function. Harmonic mean. Ref: PSPPR:Functions. SLRD:Functions and CALL Routines.

SAS word: HARMEANZ

Function. Harmonic mean. PSPPR:Functions. SLRD:Functions and CALL Routines.


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