Mnemonic Definition

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1. 'MACRO' is a mnemonic for the five main techniques:Memory, Aims, Concentration, Review and Organization. 1
2. A COBOL mnemonic name associated with the console typewriter. 1
3. A handy mnemonic I learned from a club in New Zealand was: Commend , Recommend, Commend. 1
4. A low level programming language that permits the programmer to use mnemonics or symbolic codes for function codes. 1
5. An access key, also known as a mnemonic, is an underlined character in the text of a menu, menu item, label of a button,(This website/mnemonic.html) or some other control. 1
6. An assembler language programmer writes one mnemonic instruction for each machine - level instruction. 1
7. As a visual mnemonic of a function, butcons are excellent. 1
8. Assemble language: A programming language in which one mnemonic source statement is coded for each machine-level instruction. 1
9. Assembler: A programming language in which one mnemonic source statement is coded for each machine - level instruction . 1
10. Assembly language: A low level programming language thatpermits the programmer to use mnemonics or symbolic codes for function codes. 1
11. Button icons, a default button, HTML in a button, and button mnemonics. 1
12. Choosing effective passwords can be mnemonic devices. 1
13. COBOL mnemonic name associated with the console typewriter. 1
14. Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects. 1
15. Description The number of operands given to some machine instruction mnemonic does not match the number of operands required by that instruction. 1
16. Editra allows you to navigate menus without mousing with its menu mnemonics, automatically checks for updates during startup and allows you to set preferred fonts in your preferences. 1
17. Even though an assembly language consists of recognizable mnemonics and meaningful words, it's not easy to program in. It is referred to as a "low-level language". 1
18. Grasping scientific mnemonics is important for improving learning efficiency and memory. 1
19. He talked about the effective use of time, mnemonic tricks, and various kinds of tests. 1
20. However, the mnemonics are not necessary for a complete automated analysis. 1
21. If this sentence sounds a little vague, that's because it's actually a mnemonic code. 1
22. Long before going solo the student should have learned the mnemonic by heart. 1
23. My mnemonic system failed me. What do you want me to say? 1
24. Note that in this GUI all the buttons use mnemonics (the underlined letter) and, thus, it overuses mnemonics. 2
25. Note: Underscore in the label name is used as mnemonic identifier in menu. 1
26. octa reserves quadword values (the mnemonic is a holdover from 16-bit days). 1
27. Reduce the amount of information you need to store by utilizing grouping , mnemonics, or acronyms. 1
28. Research mnemonics plays a primary role in knowledge acquisition, especially in language learning. 1
29. Research shows mnemonics plays a primary role in knowledge acquisition, especially in language learning. 1
30. Soon, assembly language was invented. It maps machine instructions to human - readable mnemonics, as ADD and MOV. 1
 

Mnemonic

[nəˈmänik]

NOUN

mnemonics (plural noun)

  - a device such as a pattern of letters, ideas, or associations that assists in remembering something.

ADJECTIVE

  - aiding or designed to aid the memory.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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List of Suffixes

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