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Finite State Automata; Finite State Automaton; FIPS; firebottle; firefighting; firewall; firewall code; FireWire; fireworks mode; Firmware; firmy; first generation language; first normal form; first-order; First Party DMA; FITNR; FITS; fixed-radio access; fixed-width; fixpoint; flaky; flamage; flame off; flaming; FLAP; flarp; Flash EPROM; Flash ROM; flat; flatten; Fleng; Flex++; FLI; flib; FLIC; FLIP; floating head; Floating-Point SPECbaserate; Floating-Point SPECbaseratio; Floating-Point SPECrate; Floating-Point SPECratio; floating point underflow; floating underflow; F-Logic; FLOP; floppy; floppy disk drive; floppy drive; FLOPS; flower key; FLOW-MATIC or FLOWMATIC; flow of control; FLPL; Fluegelman, Andrew; fly page; flytrap; FMPL; FMQ; FMS; FMV; FNAL; FNC; FN tunnelling; FOAF; FOCAL; FOCL; FOD; FOIL; FoIP; FOIRL; fold case; folder; FOLDOC; followup; fontology; foogol; FOOL; Fools' Lisp; Foonly; FOOP; foot-net; for; fora; FORC; Force; ForceOne; ForceTwo; foreground; for free; FORMAC; FORMAL; FORMAT-Fortran; Formula ALGOL; Forsythe; for The Rest Of Them; Fortran 66; Fortran 77; Fortran 90; Fortran D; Fortran I; Fortran II; Fortran III; Fortran IV; Fortran-Linda; Fortran M; Fortran-Plus; Fortran V; Fortran VI; FORTRUNCIBLE; fortune cookie; forward analysis; forward chaining; forward compatible; forward delta; forwards compatibility; forwards compatible; FORWISS; For Your Information; FOSI; FOSIL; FOSS; fossil; foundation; four-colour glossies; four colour theorem; fourth normal form; Fox; FP2; fpc; FPGA; FPM; FPM DRAM; fps; FPU; FQDN; FRA; fragile; fragment; FRAM; frame pointer; framework; Framework 4; framing specification; FRANK; FRED; fred; frednet; free; FreeHEP; Freenet; Free On-line Dictionary; free open-source software; freerexx; free variable; freeze; Frege, Gottlob; frequency division multiple access; Friend; FRINGE; frink; fritterware; FRL; FRMT-FTRN; frob; frobnicate; frobnitz; frogging; Frolic; front end; front-end processor; fry; FSB; FSF; FSK; FSL; FSP; fsplit; FT; FTAM; FTP; FTP archive; FTP by mail; FTTP; fudge; fudge factor; FUDGIT; FUD wars; Fuel-can; full-custom; full outer join; fully lazy lambda lifting; Fun; functional; functional unit; function application; functor; funky; FUNLOG; FunnelWeb; funny money; FUSE; FUSION; fuzzball; fuzzy computing; fuzzy logic; fuzzy subset; fweep; FWIW; FX-87; FXO; FXS; FYA; FYI; FYI4; G2; G4; GA; gabriel; Gabriel, Richard; GADS; Gaelic; gag; GAIA; Galileo; GAMS; gamut; GAN; GANDALF; gang bang; GAPLog; garbage collect; Gargoyle; Garnet; GARP; garply; gas; GAT; GATE; gated; Gates; Gaussian distribution; g-bell; GBIP; GBML; gbps; GC; GCL; G-Code; GCR; GDBPSK; Gödel, Kurt; GDI; GDMO; GDPL; GE; GEA; GEANT; GECOS; Gedanken; gedanken; geef; geek; geek out; GEI; gen; General Electric Comprehensive Operating System; General Magic; General Protection Failure; General Protection Fault; General Purpose Graphic Language; General Purpose Interface Bus; General Purpose Language; generate; generation; Genesia; genetic algorithm; genetic algorithms; GEnie Services; GENOVA; Gentleman's Portable Coroutine System; GEN-X; Geographical Information System; GEOS; GEPURS; Gerald; GEST; GFDL; GFLOPS; GFR; GFS; ghostview; GHz; GI; Gibson, William; GIF; GIF89; GIF89a; GIFF; gig; giga-; gigaflop; GIGO; Gilmore, John; GIM-1; GIN; GINA; Ginger; GIP; GIPS; GIRL; GIS; GKS; GKS-3D; GL; Glammar; glark; GLASS; glass; glass box testing; glassfet; glass tty; GLB; glibc; Glish; Glisp; glitch; glob; globalisation; Global Network Navigator; glork; GLOS; GLS; Glypnir; GMAP; GMD Toolbox for Compiler Construction; GMT; GNATS; GNN; GNOME; GNU assembler; GNU awk; GNU BC; GNU DC; GNU E; GNU Emacs; GNU General Public License; GNUMACS; GNU mirror site; GNU Privacy Guard; GNU superoptimiser; goal seek; go flatline; GO-GO; GOL; golden; golf ball printer; GOM; gonkulator; GOOD; Gopher object type; gorets; gorilla arm; go root; gorp; GOSIP; Gosling, James; GOSMACS; Gosperism; GOSPL; governance; GP; GPF; GPIB; GPL; GPM; GPRS; GPS; GPSS; GPV; GPX; GRAAL; GRAF; Graffiti; GRAIL; GRAIN; grain; GRAM; grammatical inference; Grapes; Grapevine; graph coloring; Graphic Language; graphics adapter; graphics card; graph plotter; graph reduction; graph rewriting system; GRAPPLE; GRAS; GRASP/Ada; GRASPIN; grault; Gray; GRE; Great Runes; Great Worm; greeking; Green Book CD-ROM; green card; green lightning; green machine; green monitor; green words; GRG; GRIB; grick; grilf; GRIND; grind; grind crank; GRIP; gripenet; gritch; grix; groff; grok; gronk; gronked; group; Groupware; grovel; grunge; GS; GSI; GSL; GSM; GSS-API; GTL; GUI; GUIDE; Guide; guiltware; gunch; Guy Steele; GVL; GW-Ada; gweep; GWM; Gypsy; gz; h; hacker humour; Hacking X for Y; hack on; hack value; ha ha only serious; hair; HALMAT; halting problem; Hamilton; Hamiltonian cycle; Hamiltonian path; Hamiltonian tour; Hamilton's problem; hammer; Hamming, Richard; Hand-held Personal Computer; handoff; handshake; handshaking; handwave; hang; hanja; Hanoi; Han Unification; hanzi; happily; hard drive; hard linking; hardwarily; Harvest C; hash bucket; hashing; hash table; HASP; has the X nature; hat; Hayes; HBOOK; hc; HCI; HCLP; HCPRVR; HCS; HD; HD6309; HDA; HDC; HDD; HDF; HDFL; HDL; HDLC; HDM; HDMI; HDSL; HDTV; hdx; header; head normalisation theorem; heads down; heavy metal; heavyweight; heavy wizardry; Helen Keller mode; Helix; hello; HENSA; HEP; HEPDB; HEPiX; HEPnet; HEPVM; HEQS; HERA; heterogeneous; heuristics testing; Hewlett-Packard; Hewlett-Packard Interface Bus; Hewlett Packard Precision Architecture; Hewlett-Packard Visual Engineering Environment; HHCP; HHOK; HHOS; hi; HID; hidden flag; hierarchical routing; hierarchy; high bit; high density; Higher Education National Software Archive; higher-order function; higher-order macro; high-level language; high moby; High Performance Computing and Communications; HIGZ; HiLog; hing; HINT; HiPAC; HIPPI; hirsute; HISTORIAN; HITL; HLISP; HLL; HLLAPI; HMA; HMAC; HMP; HMSL; HNC; HO; Hoare powerdomain; Hobbit; hobbit; hog; HOL; HOL-88; HOL-90; Hollerith, Herman; Hollywired; HOL-UNITY; holy wars; home machine; HomePNA; home row keys; homogenous; Honeywell-800 Business Compiler; HOOD; HOOK; Hopfield model; horizontal application; horizontal loop combination; hose; HOS-STPL; host adaptor; host-host layer; hosting; hostname; hotlink; hot spot; HOTT; house wizard; Howe, Denis; HP; H/PC; HPCC; HPcode; HPCode-Plus; HPF; HPFS; HP-GL; HP-GL/2; HP-IB; HPL; HPLOT; HP-MPE; HP-PA; HPPI; HPR; HP VEE; hqx; hs; HSB; HSC; HSCSD; HSL-FX; HSM; HSRP; HSSI; HSV; HT; HTLM; HTML; HTTL; HTTP; HTTP/1.0; HTTPS; hubs; Huffman; Huffman code; Huffman encoding; HUGO; HUGS; Human Interface Technology Laboratory; humor; humour; hung; hungry puppy; HVD; Hybrid; Hyper-C; HyperCard; hypercube; hyperlink; Hyper-Man; hypermedia; HyperNeWS; Hyperscript; hyperspace; Hyperstrict; HyperTalk; hysterical reasons; HyTime; i18n; I2O; i386; i486; i487; IA; IAB; IAD; IAL; IAM; IANA; IAP; I-APL; IAR; IBM; IBM 360; IBM 370; IBM390; IBM 801; IBM discount; IBM zSeries; Ibpag2; Iburg; ICA; ICAM; ICANN; I-CASE; ICES; ICETRAN; ICMP; iCOMP; Iconicode; IC-Prolog; ICSI; ICW; ICWS; Id; I-D; IDAMS; IDD; IDEAL; IDEF; idempotent; I didn't change anything!; Id Nouveau; IDOL; IDS/I; IDSN; IDSS; IE; IEC; IEC 559; IEEE; IEEE 1076; IEEE 1394; IEEE 754; IEEE 802.2; IEEE 802.5; IEEE Standard 1149.1; IEF; IEN; IEPG; IESG; IETF; IFAC; IFC; ifdef out; IFIP; IFP; IFX; IGC; IGES; IGL; IGMP; IGP; IGPL; IGS; IHS; IHV; IIcx; IIDMS/R; IIL; IINREN; IIOP; IIR; IIT; IITF; IITRAN; ILBM; ILF; ILISP; ill-behaved; ILLIAC; ILOC; Ilog Solver; Imago Europe plc; Imago On-line; imake; IMAO; IMAP; IMD; IML; immediate version; IMNSHO; IMO; imperative; imperative programming; implication; imply; IMR; IMS; IMS 6100; IMSE; IMTC; InARP; in-band signaling; inc; incantation; include; include war; incremental constraint solver; indent; indirect addressing; inductive inference; inductive relation; infeasible path; inference engine; infimum; infix syntax; inflate; INFN; Infobahn; Info BASIC; Information Algebra; Information Builders; Information Engineering Facility; information highway; Information Innovation; Information Management; Information Processing Language; Information Resource Management; Information Systems Factory; Information Technology Infrastructure Library; Informix; INGRES; initiator; INMOS transputer; InnovAda; inode; in-order traversal; Inprise Corporation; Input; INRIA; insanely great; INSIGHT; installed user base; instantiate; Institute for Global Communications; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.; instruction; instruction scheduling; INTCODE; Integer SPECbaserate; Integer SPECbaseratio; Integer SPECrate; Integer SPECratio; integrated development environment; Integrated Drive Electronics; Integrated Systems Architecture; Intel; Intel 80486; Intelligent I/O; IntelliMouse; Intel Literature Sales; Intel x86; INTERACTIVE; Interactive CourseWare; Interactive Data Language; Interagency Interim National Research and Education Network; InterBase; Interest Group in Pure and Applied Logics; interesting; Interface Architect; Interface Definition Language; Interface Description Language; Interior Gateway Protocol; interlace; interlaced image; Interlan; Interleaf; interleave; interleaving; INTERLINK; Interlisp-10; Interlisp-D; Intermedia; Intermedia Interchange Format; intermediate code; intermercial; Intermetrics, Inc.; International Algebraic Language; internationalization; International Organisation for Standardisation; Internet address; Internet Architecture Board; Internet-Draft; Internet Engineering and Planning Group; Internet Engineering Steering Group; Internet Experiment Note; Internet Express; Internet Monthly Report; internet number; Internet provider; Internet Public Library; Internet Registry; Internet Research Task Force; Internet Telephony; internetworking; Internex On-Line; InterNIC; interoperability; interoperable database; interpolation; Interpress; interpreted; interrupt list; interrupt priority level; interrupt request; interrupts; InterViews; intuitionism; I/O; IOI; I-OOA; I/O redirection; IOS; IOT&E; IP; IPA; IPARS; IPC; IPCP; IPE; IPL; IP next generation; IPng; IP number; IPS; IPSE; IPT; IPv4; IPv6; IPX; IQ; IQL; IrBUS; IRC; IRC penis war; IrDA; IrDA-C; IRDP; IRDS; IRET; Iris; IRISA; IRM; iron; iron box; Ironman; ironmonger; IRQ; irrefutable; IRSG; IRTF; IRUS; Isabelle-92; Isabelle-93; ISA bus; ISAKMP; ISAM; ISAPI; ISDE; ISDN; ISE; ISEE; ISETL; ISF; ISIS; IS-IS; ISL; ISLisp; ISMAP; ISO; ISO 10646; ISO 3166; ISO 639-1; ISO 639-2; ISO 8072; ISO 8073; ISO 8208; ISO 8326; ISO 8327; ISO 8485; ISO 8613; ISO 8649; ISO 8650; ISO 8805; ISO 8807; ISO 8822; ISO 8823; ISO 8825; ISO 8859-1; ISO 9000; ISO 9072; ISOC; ISO C; isochronous transfer; ISODE; ISO Development Environment; ISO/IEC 10646-1; ISO/IEC 26300; isolated; ISO Latin 1; ISO Pascal; ISO seven layer model; ISP; ISPBX; ISPF; ISPL; ISPS; ISV; ITAR; IT governance; ITIL; ITP; ITS; ITSP; ITU; ITU-T; ITU-T X.680; ITU X.209; Ivan; Ivan Sutherland; Iverson's Language; IVR; ivs; IVTRAN; IV&V; IVY; IWay; IWBNI; IXC; IXO; IYFEG; J; J2EE; J2ME; J2SE; J3; J73; JACAL; jack in; Jacquard, Joseph-Marie; JAD; JADE; Jade; JaM; jam; James Clark; James H. Clark; JANET; Janus; jar; Java 2; Java 2 Platform; Java 2 SDK; Java servelet; Java VM; Jaz; JBIG; JBOD; JCL; JCP; JDBC; JDK; Jerry Sussman; JES; JFCL; JFET; JFIF; jiffy; Jim Clark; JIPS; JIT; jitter; J.M.E. Baudot; JMS; JNI; Jobs; jock; joe code; John Atanasoff; Joint Academic NETwork; Joint Test Action Group; jolix; JOLT; JOOP; JOSS; journalling; jove; Joyce; Joy, William; JPEG; jpg; JPLDIS; JRE; JRL; JRMP; JRN; JRST; JS; JSA; JSDK; JSF; JSON; JSP; JTAG; JTB; JTC1/SC24; JTS; juggling eggs; Jughead; jump off into never-never land; jump trace buffer; Junction FET; Juno; jupiter; just-in-time; JVM; Jym; K5; K7; KADS; Kali; kamikaze packet; kangaroo code; KAOS; KAP; Karel; Katmai New Instructions; KB; KBMS; kbps; KBS; KCL; KEE; Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics; ken; kernal; KeyNote Software; keypal; keyword; kgbvax; Khornerstone; Khwarizmi; KIBO; kiboze; kick; Kid; killer micro; killer poke; kill file; kilo-; kiosk; KIPS; KIS; KISS; KISS Principle; KL0; KL1; KLB; Kleene closure; Kleene, Stephen Cole; Klerer-May System; klone; KL-ONE; KMODEL; KMS; KNI; Knights of the Lambda-Calculus; Knowledge Management System; knowledge representation; Knowledge Systems Laboratory; Knuth; Kohonen; Korf, Richard; Korn Shell; KQML; KR; KRC; kremvax; KRL; ksh; KSL; KTH; KUIP; KVM; KWIC; kyrka; l10n; L1 cache; L2 cache; L2CAP; L2TP; L6; Lab for Computer Science; LaborNet; LabVIEW; Lace; lace card; lag; Lakota; LALR; LAMBDA; lambda abstraction; lambda lifting; LAMINA; lamp-post error; LAN; LANCE; language-based editor; Language H; language lawyer; Language Sensitive Editor; language-sensitive editor; languages of choice; LANL; LAP; LAP4; LAPB; LAPD; LAPM; laptop; laptop computer; Larch; Larch/C++; Large Installation Systems Administration; LART; larval stage; lase; last-in first-out; LAT; latch; Latin 1; LAU; LAVA; law; LAWN; Lawrence Livermore Labs; LAX; layer; layer 1; layer 2; layer 3; layer 4; layer 5; layer 6; layer 7; laziness; lazy list; Lazy SML; lazy sml2c; LBA; LBE; LBL; LBX; LCC; LCD; LCF; LCL; LCP; LCS; LDAP; LDB; LDL; LDL1; LDP; LDT; LE/1; Leaf Distribution Limited; leaf site; leaky heap; Lean; LEAP; leapfrog attack; leap second; least recently used; leaves; LEC; LECOM; LEDA; LED page printer; leet; left join; left outer join; LeFun; legacy; legacy code; legacy software; legal; legalese; LEGOL; Le-Lisp; Lempel-Ziv compression; Lempel-Ziv Welch compression; Lenat, Doug; LEO; LERP; level 1 cache; level 2 cache; LEVEL5 OBJECT; level one cache; level-sensitive scan design; level two cache; lexer; lexical scoping; LF; LFIB; LG; LGDF; LGEN; LGN; Liar; LIDO; LiE; life-cycle; Life is hard; LIFIA; LIFO; LIGHT; light client; light pipe; like kicking dead whales down the beach; like this; Lila; Lily; LIMDEP; LIM EMS; LIMP; Lincoln Reckoner; LindaLISP; linear address space; linear assignment; linear function; Linear Graph Notation; linear transformation; line probing; line starve; Lingo; LINGOL; Link Access Procedure on the D channel; Link Access Protocol for Modems; linkage editor; link-dead; link editor; link loader; links; LINPACK; lint; Linux Network Administrators' Guide; LIPL; LIS; Liskov, Barbara; *LISP; LISP 1; LISP 1.5; LISP 2; LISP70; LISP A; Lispkit Lisp; Lisp-Linda; Lisp Object-Oriented Programming System; LISP, Objects, and Symbolic Programming; Lisptalk; LispView; Listproc; lists; Liszt; literature; LITHE; lithium lick; LitProg; LITTLE; Little Smalltalk; live data; Live Free Or Die!; LiveScript; liveware; LKA; LLC; LLM3; LLNL; LLP; LM3; LMDS; LML; LM-Prolog; LMTP; LNF; LO; L&O; load; lobotomy; LOC; localised; locality; local loopback addresses; locals; location; locked and loaded; locked up; Locus; {log}; LogC; logical; logical address; logical relation; logical shift left; logical shift right; logic emulator; logic gate; Logic Replacement Technology; LOGIN; LOGISCOPE; LOGLISP; log off; LOGOL; LOLITA; LOOK; Look ahead LR; Looking Glass; LOOKS; loop combination; loop fusion; LOOPS; loop through; loose bytes; LOP; lord high fixer; Lore; LORIA; lost in the noise; LOTIS; LOTOS; lots of MIPS but no I/O; Lotus Notes; Lout; low-bandwidth; LPF; LPG; LPL; lpm; lpr; LPS; LPT; LRC; LRLTRAN; LRU; LSA; LSB; LSE; LSL; LSML; L-Soft; LSP; LSSD; LSYD; LT-2; LTL; LTPS; LTR; LTR3; LU6.2; lub; LUCID; Lucid Emacs; LUG; luminance; lump uncurrying; LUN; lunatic fringe; lurk; lurker; LUSTRE; LVD; LYaPAS; LYNX; Lynx; LynxOS; Lynx Real-Time Systems; LYRIC; LZ77 compression; LZ78 compression; LZ compression; lzexe; LZW compression; m2; M2toM3; M3; m4; M5; MAC; MAC-360; MACA; MAC address; MACAnalyst; Macaulay; MACDesigner; macdink; MACE; Mach; Machiavelli; machinable; machine; MAchine INdependent SAIL; machine language; machine learning; machoflops; Mac II; Mac IIcx; Macintoy; Macintrash; MACL; Mac OS; MACRO; macro; macro-; macrology; macro preprocessor; Macro SAP; MACSYMA; MacX; Madaline; MADCAP; MADTRAN; MAGIC; magic; magic cookie; Magic Paper; Magic Switch Story; magneto-optical drive; MAGNUM; Magritte; Mail Application Programming Interface; mail hub; mail path; Mail Transfer Agent; Mail Transport Agent; MAINSAIL; main store; Maisie; Makedoc; makefile; Maker Interchange Format; MAL; MALI; malloc; MAN; man; management; Mandelbrot, Benoit; manged; mangle; mangler; MANIAC; man page; Manufacturers Automation Protocol; manularity; MAO; MAPI; Maple; mapping; Maril; marketroid; Markov; Markowitz; mark-sweep garbage collection; Mars; MARSYAS; Martian; Martin Marietta Laboratories Moorestown; MARVIN; MAS; MASCOT; MASM; MasPar Unity; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; massage; Massively Multiplayer Online Game; Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game; master; Matchmaker; Mathcad; Mathematical Analysis without Programming; MATHLAB; MATH-MATIC or MATHMATIC; math-out; MathWorks; Matrix; Matrix Compiler; MAU; Mauchly, John W.; maximal free expression; maximin; MAXIMOP; Maxis Software; MBASIC; Mbogo, Dr. Fred; MBONE; MBps; mbps; MBS; MC68000; MC68010; MC68020; MC68030; MC68040; MC6809; MCA; MCAD; MCC; MCDBA; MCDST; McG360; MCGA; MCL; MCP; MCP-1600; MCPD; MCS; MCSD; mcvax; MD5; MDA; MDAC; MDCT; MDF; MDI; MDL; Mean Time Between Faults; meatware; Medium Access Control; Meet; meg; mega-; MegaHertz; megapenny; MEGO; Mel; MELD; MELDC; Melinda; Mellor; meltdown; member function; membership function; memoisation; memoised function; memoization; memoized function; MEMS; MENTOR; menuitis; MENYMA/S; Mercury Autocode; MERISE; Merlin; Mesa; message; message board; message digest function; message passing; message switching; Message Transport Agent; Messaging Applications Programming Interface; mess-dos; META 5; meta bit; MetaCard; Meta-CASE tool; Meta-Crystal; Metadata Information Partners; METAFONT; Meta-II; metainformation; Meta-IV; METAL; metalanguage; metaprogram; META tag; Met-English; METEOR; me too; metric; Metropolitan Area Network; M-expression LISP; MFC; MFE; MFM; MFTL; MGCP; MHDL; MHEG; MHS; MHz; MIB; MIB Variable; Mic-1; Mic-2; MICE; mice; MICR; micro; micro-; microarray; microcentury; Microcom Networking Protocol; microcomputer; MicroDroid; MicroEmacs; microfloppies; microfortnight; microLenat; Micro ML; Micron; micron; Micronetics Standard MUMPS; microPLANNER; microprogramming; microReid; Microsoft; Microsoft DOS; Microsoft IIS; Microsoft Internet Information Server; Microsoft Mail Application Program Interface; Microsoft Network; Microware Corporation; MIDAS; Midas; middleware; MIDI; mid-level network; MIF; MIG; MIKE; MILITRAN; mill; millennium bug; millennium meltdown; milli-; milliLampson; MILNET; MIMD; MIME; mimencode; MIMOLA; Minerva software; Mini-ML; Mini PL/I; MINITAB II; MINT; MINUIT; minus; minus infinity; MIPS project; MIPS R2010; MIPS R3000; MIPS R4000; Miracula; MIRFAC; mirroring; MIS; misbug; MIS Director; misfeature; missile address; missing; miswart; MIT; MITI; MIT Lisp Machine; MITS; MIX; MIXAL; MIX Communications; M-JPEG; ML-2000; MLAB; MLISP; ML Kit; MLL; ML-lex; ML-Linda; ML Threads; ML-Twig; Mma; mmap; MMDF; MML; MMO; MMOG; MMORPG; MMS; MMU; MMX; MMX technology; MNP; mobo; MOBSSL-UAF; mockingbird; Mock Lisp; *MOD; modal; MODCAL; mode bit; MODEF; modeling language; modelling; MODEM7; moderator; M O drive; MODSIM II; Modula; Modula-2*; Modula-2+; Modula-3; Modula-3*; Modula-3pi; Modula-P; Modula-Prolog; Modula/R; Modular C; Modular Prolog; Modular SB-Prolog; Modulex; modulo arithmetic; Mohammed Al-Khawarizmi; molly-guard; monitor; monkey, scratch; monkey sort; monkey up; monoid; monotonic; Montage; MOO; Moof; Moore bound; Moore graph; moose call; Mops; MORAL; MORTRAN; MOS; Mosaic Communications Corporation; Moscow ML; MOSFET; Mosiac; MOS Technologies; Most Significant Bit; motd; mother; Motif; Motion JPEG; Motorola; Motorola 68050; Motorola 6809; Motorola 88000; Mouse; mouse ahead; mouse around; mouse belt; mouse pad; Mozilla Public License; MP1; MP-1; MP2; MP3; MPEG; MPEG-1 layer 3; MPEG-2 LSF; MPEG-2 MC; MPEG-4 AAC SSR; MPEG-4 HILN; MPEG-4 HVXC; MPI; MPL II; MPLS; MP/M; MPP; MPPE; M-Prolog; MPS III; MPSX; MPV; MPX; MQG; MRAM; MRDA; MRDS; MROC; MROM; MRP; MRP II; MRS; MS Access; MSAU; MSB; MS-BASIC; MS-DOS; MSIE; MSM; MS Mail; MSN; MS Office; MS Project; MSS; MS-Windows; MS Word; MSX; MSX-DOS; MTBF; mtc; MTTR; MTU; MUA; Muddle; muFP; Muhammad al-Khwarizmi; mu-law; Mul-T; multiboot; MultiCal System; multicast addressing; multicast backbone; Multi-Garnet; multihomed host; multilayer perceptron; MultiMedia Extension; Multimedia Internet Mail Extensions; Multimedia PC; multimedia system; multi-part key; Multi-Pascal; multiple access; multiple boot; Multiple Instruction Multiple Data; Multiple Instruction/Multiple Data; multiplexer; multiplexor; Multiplexor Channel; multiprocessing; multiprocessor; multiprogramming; MultiScheme; Multistation Access Unit; multithreaded; Multi-User Dungeon; multi-way branch; mumblage; mumble; munch; munching; munching squares; munchkin; mung; munge; MUP; museum; MUSL; mutter; mutually recursive; mutual recursion; mux; MVCC; MVS; MVS/ESA; MVS/OE; MVS/Open Edition; MVS/SP; MVS/XA; MX; MXI; MXIbus; MX Record; N10; nadger; NAG; nagware; nailed to the wall; nailing jelly; naive; naive user; NAK; name service switching; NaN; nano-; nanotechnology; Napier; NAPLPS; NAPSS; narrowing; nasal demons; NASI; NASTRAN; NAT; National Bureau of Standards; National Information Services and Systems; National Research and Education Network; National Science Foundation Network; National Software Reuse Directory; National Spatial Data Infrastructure; Native Language System; NATURAL; Natural English; Natural Language Information Analysis Method; nature; nav bar; navigating; Navigator; Nawk; NB; NBFCP; NBS; NBT; NC; NCD; NCRL; NCR Language; NCS; NCSA; ND; NDIS; NDL; NDS; neat hack; Nebula; NEC; neep-neep; negation by failure; NELIAC; Neon; neophilia; Neptune; NERECO; .NET; netaddress; NetBEUI; NetBIOS; NetBOLLIX; netCDF; Netfind; NETL; netload; Netmarq Limited; netnews; net.personality; net.police; netrock; Netscape; Netscape Public License; netsplit; netter; NetWare; Network Address Translator; network card; Network Definition Language; Network extensible Window System; Network Information Center; networking; network interface card; Network News Transfer Protocol; network number; Network Operations Center; network storm; Network Termination; Network Time Protocol; neural nets; neural network; neuron; Neutral Interconnect; neutrosophic; New Flavors; newgroup wars; New Jersey; NEWP; NeWS; news; NewsClip; Newspeak; Newsqueak; new talk; New Testament; Newton; Newton's method; NewWave; NewYacc; New York State Educational Reasearch ETwork; New York University; Nexpert Object; NFA; NFQL; NFS; NFT; NGL; NIAL; NIAL Systems Ltd.; NIAM; NICE; nick; nickle; NICOL I; Nightmare File System; night mode; NIH; NIHCL; NII; NIKL; NIL; NIOS; nipple; NIS; NISO; NISS; NIST; NJCL; NLANR; NLM; NLRI; NLS; NLSP; NMI; NMU; NN; NNI; NOC; NODAL; Nodal Switching System; noddy; node; NOL; NOMEX underwear; non-algorithmic procedure; nondeterministic; non-interlaced; nonlinear; Non-Maskable Interrupt; non-optimal solution; Nonpareil; non parity; nontrivial; non-uniform quantising logarithmic compression; non-volatile; non-volatile memory; noob; no-op; NOR; NORC COMPILER; NorCroft; NORD PL; normalised; normal order reduction; NorthWestNet; NOS; NoteCards; Notes; Nother; not ready for prime time; NPL; NPPL; N-Prolog; NP time; NQS; Nqthm; NREN; NRZ; NRZI; ns; NS16000; NS32000; NSAPI; NSDI; NSE; NSF; NSFNET; NSI; NSRD; NT; NT1; NT5; NTAS; NTFS; n-tier; NTIS; NTP; NTSC; NTU; NuBus; nu-calculus; NUCLEOL; nude; nuke; NUMA; number keys; numbers; Numeris; Nuprl; NU-Prolog; nurbs; Nu Thena; NVRAM; NVS; NWNET; nybble; nyetwork; nym server; NYSERNET; NYU OMNIFAX; O2; OAP; OASIS Open Document Format for Office Applications; OATH; Ob-; OBDC; OBE; Oberon-V; OBEX; OBJ; OBJ0; OBJ2; ObjectCenter; Object CHILL; object code; Object Compatibility Standard; Object Database Management Group; Objective PASCAL; ObjectLOGO; Object management system; Object Oberon; object-orientation; object-oriented language; Object-Oriented Pascal; object-oriented programming language; ObjectPAL; Objectworks; Object Z; Objlog; OBJT; ObjVlisp; ObjVProlog; Obliq; OBOE; OBSCURE; observational equivalence; OC-12; OC-3; OC-48; OCAL; OCLC; OC-n; OCODE; OCR; OCS; octothorpe; OCX; ODA; ODBC; ODC; Ode; ODI; ODIF; ODMA; ODMG; ODP; ODS; ODSA; ODT; OEM; OFA; Office; off-side rule; off the trolley; OHCI; Ohm, Georg Simon; OID; OIL; OLAP; OLC; OLDAS; old fart; Old Testament; OLE; OLGA; O-Logic; OLTP; OLWM; OMA; Omega-algebraic; Omega test; OMF; OMG; OMNICODE; OMNIFAX; OMNITAB; OMR; OMS; OMT; OMTool; ONC; Ondine; one-line fix; ones complement; On-Line Computer system; Online Media; onto; OnX; OO; OOA; OOD; OODB; OODBMS; OOF; OOGL; OOo; OOP; OOPL; OOPS; OOPSLA; OOSD; OOZE; OPAC; Opal; OPC; op code; open; open box testing; Open Distributed System Architecture; OpenGL; Open Group; Open Network Computing; Open Scripting Architecture; Open Shortest-Path First; open switch; Open Systems Interconnect; Open Trading Protocol; OpenVMS; operator overloading; OPF; OPS83; optical diff; optical disc drive; optical drive; optical fiber; optical grep; Optical Time Domain Reflectometry; optimise; optimism; optimize; option; OPTRAN; Oracle; Oracle*CASE; Oracle Toolkit; ORB; Orbit; Orca; order-embedding; ordering; OREGANO; O'Reilly and Associates; ORKID; ORM; orphaned i-node; Orwell; OS/2; OS/360; OSA; OSA extension; OSAX; Osborne, Adam; OSCAR; OSD; OSE; OSF; OSI Model; OSI Reference Model; OSI-RM; OSI seven layer model; OS/MFT; OSP; OSPF; OSQL; OSSL; OSTA; OS/VS1; OT; OTDR; OT&E; OTI; OTPROM; OTT; Ottawa Euclid; Ousterhout, John K.; Ousterhout's fallacy; Ousterhout's false dichotomy; overflow flag; overrun; overrun screw; Owl; Oz; oz; P+; p2c; P2P; P3L; P4; PABX; PACE; packed decimal; packet; Packet Assembler/Disassembler; Packet InterNet Groper; packet switch; packet-switched; Packet Switch Node; PACT I; PACTOLUS; PAD; padded cell; Paddle; PAGE; paged; Page Description Language; Paged Memory Management Unit; Page Mode DRAM; pain in the net; PAISley; palette; Palo Alto Research Center; Palo Alto Research Centre; PAM; PANON; PANS; Pansophic; Paper Feed Control Character; papermail; paper-net; PARADE; PARADIGM PLUS; Paradigms of AI Programming; Paradise; Paradox Application Language; Paragon; Paralation; Paralation C; Paralation LISP; ParAlfl; parallel; Parallel ATA; parallel computer; parallel computing; Parallel FORTH; Parallel Presence Detect; parallel reduction; Parallel Server Option; Parallel SML; param; parameter; parameter RAM; parametric polymorphism; paraML; ParaSoft Corp; Parasol; PARC; parentheses; Paris; Parkinson's Law of Data; Park-Miller; Parlance; Parlog; Parlog++; parm; PARMACS; ParMod; PARS; parse; parser generator; parsing; Parsley; Partial Differential Equation LANguage; partial equivalence relation; partial function; partially ordered set; partial ordering; PARTS; PARULEL; PASC; Pascal-; Pascal-80; Pascal+CSP; Pascal-F; Pascal-FC; Pascal/L; Pascal-Linda; Pascal-m; Pascal P4; Pascal/R; Pascal-S; Pascal-SC; pasos2; Pasqual; PASSIM; paste; pastie; patch pumpkin; patch space; PATCHY; pathological; Path Pascal; pathspec; pattern matching; PAW++; payware; PB Cache; PBCAK; PBD; PBEM; PBKAC; PBM; PBX; pC++; PC200; PC AT; PC Card; PCCTS; PCF; PCI; PCI bus; PC-ism; PCjr; PCL; PCLIPS; PCMIA; PC-NFS; PC Pursuit; PCS; PC-Scheme; PCS/Geneva; PCTE; PCTE+; PCU; PC-ware; PD; PDA; PDC; PDC Prolog; PDEL; PDELAN; PDES; PDF; PDH; pdksh; PDL; PDM; PDP; PDP-11; PDP-20; PDSA cycle; PDS/MaGen; PDU; PeaceNet; Peano; Pebble; Pebbleman; PEBKAC; PECOS; Pedagogic Algorithmic Language; PEEK; PEEL; peephole optimization; peer-to-peer network; PEIPA; PEM; PENCIL; pencil and paper; Pentium 2; Pentium 3; PEP; PEPsy; percent; perceptron; perf; perfect programmer syndrome; peripheral device; perl-byacc; Permanent Virtual Connection; \perp; perplexity; persistent; persistent memory; person of no account; PERT; pessimal; pessimising compiler; peta-; PEX; pfm; Pfortran; PFP; PGA370; PGP; pH; phage; phase; phase of the moon; phase-wrapping; PHIGS; philosophy; PHOCUS; phone mail; phosphor fatigue; PHP; physical memory address; Pick BASIC; PICL; PICNIC; pico-; PICS; PicTeX; pictograph; Pictorial Janus; picture; PID; PIE; pif; piggybacking; pig, run like a; PIGUI; PIL; PIL/I; PILOT; Pilot European Image Processing Archive; PIM; PIN; Pine; pin feed; ping command; pinging; PIO mode; pipelined; Pipelined Burst Cache; pipeline stall; pipelining; PIPEX Ltd.; piping; piracy; pirate; PIRL; pistol; PIT; PITA; pixel; pixmap; pizza box; PJPEG; PKE; PKI; PL360; PL516; PL.8; PLACE; PLAGO; plaid screen; PLAIN; plain ASCII; Plain Old Telephone System; Planet; PLANIT; PLANNER; Planner-73; PLANS; plants; PLASMA; platform; Platform Independent Graphical User Interface; Platon; Playground; playpen; PLC; PL/C; PL Cornell; PLD; pleonasm; Plexus; plingnet; PLisp; PL/I SUBSET; PL/I Subset G; PLITS; PLL; PL/M; plokta; PL/P; PL/PROPHET; PL/S; PL/Seq; PL/SQL; PLTL; PLUM; plumbing; Plural EuLisp; PLUS; PLUSS; PM; P-mail; PMBX; PMC; PML; PMP; PNG; PNU-Prolog; POA; PoB; POC; POCAL; pocket computer; POE; POFAC; POFOD; POGO; point-and-grunt interface; pointer swizzling; pointing stick; point of presence; POJO; poke; poll; polling; polygon pusher; polymorphic; POM; Ponder; POOL; POOL2; POOL-I; POOL-T; PoP; POP++; POP-1; POP-10; POP-2; POP-9X; POPART; POPCORN; pop-down menu; POPJ; Poplar; POPLER; POPLOG; POPLOG ML; POP server; POR; porn; porno; portable; Portable Common Loops; Portable Scheme Debugger; Portable Scheme Interpreter; PORTAL; porting; Port Language; port number; POS; POSE; poset; POSIX; POST; postcardware; posted write-through; Postel, Jon; postfix syntax; posting; postmaster; post-order traversal; POSTQUEL; POSYBL; potential difference; POTS; pound on; POWER; power hit; Power Macintosh; PowerOpen; PowerOpen Association; PowerPC Reference Platform; power supply; PPC; PPCP; PPD; PPGA; ppi; PPL; PPM; PPN; PPP; PPPoA; PPPoE; PPTP; PQS; PR; pr0n; PRA; PRE-CC; precedence; precedence lossage; predecessor; predicate calculus; prefetch; prefix syntax; pre-order traversal; PREP; Presentation Manager; prestidigitization; PRESTO; pretty pictures; prettyprint; pretzel key; preventive maintenance; PRI; Primary Rate Interface; primary storage; Primenet, Inc.; prime time; principal type; PRINT I; printing discussion; PRISM; Privacy Enhanced Mail; private; privileged instruction; PRL; PRMD; PRML; probabilistic automaton; Probe; problem state; procedural; procedure; process data; process ID; processor; process scheduling; professional programming; PROFILE; profile; PROFS; PROGENY; proglet; program; Program Composition Notation; Program Design Language; Programmers Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System; programming; program transformation; PROJECT; project assurance; project planning; Prolog++; Prolog-2; Prolog-D-Linda; Prolog-II; Prolog-III; Prolog-Linda; PROM; PROMAL; Pronunciation; PROOF/L; propeller key; proportionally spaced font; Proposal Writing; propositional calculus; proprietary; PROSE; ProSet; PROSPER; Prospero; ProTalk; protected mode; PROTEUS; protocol; Protocol Data Unit; PROTON; Protosynthex; Prototyper; prototyping; provably difficult; provably unsolvable; provider; provocative maintenance; prowler; proxy gateway; PS1; PS2; PSA; PS-ALGOL; pseudoprime; PseudoScheme; pseudosuit; pseudo-tty; PSF; PSI; PSL/PSA; PSML; PSN; PSO; PSTN; PSU; psychedelicware; P-TAC; ptc; PTF; Pthreads; PTI; PTN; Ptolemy; PTT; PUB; pubic directory; public domain; public domain software; public-key cryptography; PUFFT; pull; pumpkineer; pumpking; punch card; punt; Purdue University; pure functional language; pure lambda-calculus; PureLink; Pure Lisp; Purify; PVM; PWM; Pythagorean Theorem; QA; QA4; QAM; QBE; QCA; QCIF; qdjanus; QIC; QLISP; QLOG; QMQP; QMTP; QMW; Q'NIAL; QoS; QSAM; QT-OBJECTS; Quadrature Amplitude Modulation; quadruple bucky; Quake; quality; Quantify; quantum; quantum bogodynamics; quantum computing; quarter; Quay Financial Software; QUEASY; Queen Mary and Westfield College; Queens Problem; Queens Puzzle; Queen's University; QUEL; ques; Queued Sequential Access Method; Quicksort; QUIKSCRIPT; QUIKTRAN; QUIN; Quintec-Objects; quintillion; quote chapter and verse; quotient; Qu-Prolog; Quty; quux; qux; QX; R2000; R2RS; R3.99RS; R3RS; R4RS; rabbit job; race condition; RACF; radio in the loop; RADIUS; RAID; rain dance; RAIS; RAISE; RAL; RAM; RAMDAC; RAM drive; RAMIS II; random; randomness; random number; range; RAPT; RARE; RARP; raster burn; raster font; rastergram; rasterizing; Ratatosk; rat belt; RatC; RATEL; RATFOR; rational; rave; rave on!; raw data; RBASIC; RBCSP; RBOC; RCA 1805; RCC; rc file; RCL; RCS; Rdb; rdb; RDBA; RDBMS; RDF; RDI; RDL; RDOS; RDRAM; RDS; RE; real hack; Really Simple Syndication; real mode; real-time; Real-Time Euclid; Real-Time Mentat; Real-Time Operating System Nucleus; real user; Real World; reaper; reassembly; REC; recent changes; recipe; Recital; RECOL; records; rectangle slinger; recurse; recursive; recursive definition; recursive type; Red; redex; RediLisp; redirector; redocumentation; reduction; Redundant Array of Independent Drives; Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks; Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks; re-engineering; REFAL; REF-ARF; reference; referentially transparent; referrer; REFINE; Refined C; Refined Fortran; reflexive domain; Reflexive transitive closure; refreshable braille display; refreshable display; regex; regexp; regional network; register; register dancing; register set; Register Transfer Language; registry; REG-SYMBOLIC; REGTRAL; Regular Expression Converter; Reid, Brian; reify; reincarnation, cycle of; relational database management system; relational DBMS; relational model; RELATIVE; RELCODE; released version; REL English; religion of CHI; religious issues; remailer; removable disk; RenderMan Shading Language; rendezvous; repeat; repetitive strain disorder; repetitive strain injury; replacement algorithm; Replay; replicator; reply; Repondez s'il vous plait; Request For Technology; Required-COBOL; Research Systems, Inc.; Resource Access Control Facility; resource fork; restriction; restructuring; retcon; RETI; retrocomputing; reusability; reuse; Reverse ARP; Reverse Polish Notation; reverse polish syntax; Revised ALGOL 60; REX; REXX; REXXWARE; RF; RFC; RFC 2364; RFE; RFI; RFID; RFT; RGB; Richard P. Gabriel; rich object; Rich Text Format; RIGAL; Rigel; right join; right outer join; Right Thing; Rijndael; ring topology; RIPE; RIPEM; ripper; RISC; RISQL; RITL; RJE; RKM; RL; rl; RLaB; RLE; RLF; RMAG; RMI; RMS; RNF; ROADS; Robert T. Morris; ROBEX; robot exclusion standard; robots.txt; robust; Rockwell Protocol Interface; ROCOF; ROFL; ROFLMAO; ROM; ROM BIOS; ROME; room; ROOM Methodology; root mode; Root Normal Form; root version; ROSE; rot13; rotary debugger; rotations per minute; round-trip time; route flapping; routine; row; Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University; RPC; RPG-II; RPI; RPL; RPL-1; rpm; RPN; RPT; RRL; RRS; RS-232; RS-232C; RS-422; RS-423; RS-449; RS-485; RS6000; RS/6000; RS6K; Réseaux Associés pour la Recherche Européenne; Réseaux IP Européens; RS flip-flop; rsh; RSL; RSN; RSS; RSS feed; rstat; RTBM; RTC++; RT-CDL; RTEE; RTF; RTFAQ; RTI; RTL/2; RTM; RTMP; RTOS; RTP; RTSA; RTSP; RTT; RTTI; RTTY; rubi; rude; RUFL; run; RUNCIBLE; runes; run-length encoding; run time; run-time support; ruptime; Russell, Bertrand; RUTH; RWP; Rx; SA; SAA; Saber-C; Saber-C++; SAC; SAD; SAD SAM; SADT; SAFARI; safe; safety; safety-critical system; SAIC; SAID; Saint Andrews Static Language; SALEM; Sales Automation; salescritter; S-ALGOL; SALT; salt; salt mines; salt substrate; SAM; SAM76; SAMeDL; Sammet, Jean E.; sampling frequency; samurai; SAN; sandbender; Sandman; Santa Cruz Operation; SAR; SASD; SASE; SASI; SASL+LV; SASL-YACC; SATA; SATAN; satisfiability problem; SAVE; say; SBD; SBE; SBM; SB-Prolog; SBR; SCA; SCADA; scag; scalability; SCAN; scanf; Scan-In, Scan-Out; scanner; scanno; scan path; SCC; SCEPTRE; scheduler; Scheduling API; Scheduling Application Programming Interface; Schema Definition Set; Schema Representation language; schematic capture; schematic type variable; Schematik; Scheme84; Scheme88; Scheme->C; Scheme-Linda; Scheme Object System; Scheme Repository; Schlaer-Mellor; SCO; Scode; SCOOP; SCOOPS; Scorpion; Scott-closed; Scott domain; SCPI; SCRAP; scratch; Scratchpad II; scream and die; Screamer; screaming tty; screen blanker; screen refresh; screen sharing; screwage; scribble; Scribe; SCRIPT; scrog; SCROLL; scrool; scrozzle; scruffies; SCSI; SCSI controller; SCSI interface; scuzzy; SD; SDDI; SDE; SDF; SDH; SDK; SDL; SDL 92; SDM; SDMS; SDP; SDRAM; SDR-RAM; SDR-SDRAM; SDS 940; SDSL; SEA; SEAL; search-and-destroy mode; SEC; SECC; SECD machine; secondary damage; second generation language; second level cache; second normal form; second-system effect; sector interleave; sector interleaving; sector map; sector mapping; Secure File Transfer Protocol; Secure Hash Algorithm; SED; SEE; seed; seeking; see u see me; segfault; seggie; segmentation and reassembly; segmentation fault; segv; SEI; Seiko RC-4000; SEL; Self-Extensible Language; self-reference; selvage; SEM; semantic gap; semi; semicolon; SENDIT; Seneca; senior bit; SE-ODP; SEPIA; SEPP; Seque; Sequel; sequential file matching; Sequential Parlog Machine; SERC; SERCOS; Serial ATA; Serial Communications Interface; Serial Interface Adaptor; serial IO chip; serialize; Serial Line IP; Serial Presence Detect; serial processing; servelet; server; serverlet; servers; servlet; set; set abstraction; set comprehension; Setext; SETL; SETL2; SETL/E; Set Priority Level; SETS; SEUS; seven layer model; SEX; sexadecimal; sex changer; SEXI; SFA; SFBI; SFD-ALGOL; SFFA; SFL; SFLV; sFTP; SGCP; SGI; SGML; SGRAM; SHA; SHACO; shadowing; shallow binding; shambolic link; Shape_VC; sharchive; Share and enjoy!; shared memory; shar file; S-HDSL; shelf; shell out; SHIFT; shift left logical; shift right logical; shitogram; Shockwave Flash; shotgun debugging; shovelware; Show-And-Tell; showstopper; shriek; sht; SHTF; shtml; Shub-Internet; SHUG; Shugart, Alan F.; Shugart Technology; SIA; SIBO; SICL; SICS; SICStus Prolog; sidecar; side-effect; Siemens; SIFT; SIG; Sig; sig; sig block; SIGBUS; SIGhyper; SIGMA; sig virus; SIL; Silage; silicon chip; silly walk; silo; silver bullet; SIM; SIMAN; SIMD; Similix; SIML/I; SIMM; Simonyi, Charles; SIMPAC; SIMPAS; SIMPL; SIMPLE; SIMPL/I; SIMPL-T; SIMSCRIPT; SIMSCRIPT I.5; SIMSCRIPT II.5; simship; simulate; simulated annealing; Simulating Digital Systems; Simultaneous Engineering Environment; SINA; since time T equals minus infinity; Sinclair, Clive; Sinclair Radionics; single-attached; Single Connector Attachment; Single Data Rate Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory; single-electron transistor; single inheritance; Single Instruction Multiple Data; Single Instruction/Multiple Data; Single-pair High Speed Digital Subscriber Line; Single Virtual Storage; SIPB; SIPLAN; SIPP; Siprol; SIRDS; Siri; SIRTS; sit; sitename; Skel-ML; Sketchpad; S/Key; Skill; SKOL; skolemisation; S-K reduction machine; skrog; SKsh; SKU; skulker; SL5; SLANG; slap on the side; slash; slave tty; SLIB; SLIM; SLIP; SLIPS; slog; Sloop; slopsucker; slosh; slurp; smail; SMALGOL; SMALL; Small Business Edition; Small-C; small-office/home-office; Smalltalk/V; Smarandache logic; SMART; smart card; SMARTdrv; smart terminal; smash case; smash sum; smbclient; smblib; SMBus; SMCC; SMDS; SMG; SMI; smiley; smilies; S-MIME; SML; SML#; sml2c; SML/NJ; SMM; SMNP; smoke; smoke and mirrors; smoke test; smoking clover; SMoLCS; SMOP; SMPS; SMRP; SMT; SMTP; SNA; snaf; SNAFU principle; snag; Snappy; snarf; snarf & barf; snarf down; snark; sneakernet; SNI; Sniff; sniff; sniffer; SNMP; SNMPv2; SNOBOL; SNOBOL2; SNOBOL3; SNOOPS; 'Snooze; SNPP; SNR; S/N ratio; SO 2; SOAR; social networking; social science number; Socket 1; Socket 2; Socket 3; Socket 4; Socket 5; Socket 6; SOCRATIC; SODA; SODAS; SO-DIMM; SOE; SoftBench; softcopy; soft link; SoftModem; Software bus; software development life cycle; Software Engineering Environment; software interrupt; software laser; Software Method; software reliability; softwarily; softy; SOH; SOHIO; SoHo; SOIF; SOJ; Solid State Disk; SOLO; Solution Based Modelling; Solve; SOM; SONET; Sony Playstation; sorting; SOS; sound card; soundness; source; source code control; source language; source routing; SP; SP2; SP/2; space-cadet keyboard; space key; space leak; SPADE; spamming; SPAR; sparse; SPD; SPDL; SPE; Speakeasy; Spec; spec; SPECbase_fp92; SPECbase_int92; SPECbaserate; special-case; Special Interest Group; specialisation; specific markup; SPECOL; Spectrum; speech synthesis; SPEED; SPEEDEX; speedometer; spell; SPG; SPGA; SPID; spiffy; spill; spinner; SPIT; SPITBOL; SPL; SPL/1; SPLash!; splat; SPL/I; SPLINTER; split; Split-C; SPM; SPMD; SPML; spoiler; sponge; spoo; spoof; spoofing; spooge; spool file; SPRING; SPRINT; Sprintnet; SPS; SPSS; SPUR; \sqcap; \sqcup; SQE; SQL/DS; SQL Module Language; \sqsubseteq; square-headed boyfriend; Squiggol; SRAM; SRAPI; SRC Modula-3; SRDL; SRI; SRL; SRP; SS7; SSA; SSADM; SSBA; SSD; SSE; SSID; SSII; S/SL; SSO; SSR; STAB-11; Stack Environment Control Dump machine; stack frame; stack puke; STAGE2; staircase; staircasing; Stallman, Richard M.; Standard for the exchange of product model data; Standard Instrument Control Library; standard interpretation; standard I/O; Standard Lisp; Standard ML of New Jersey; standard semantics; Stanford Research Institute; STAR 0; StarBurst; StarLISP; StarMOD; Starset; STARSYS; start tag; state diagram; stateless; state machine; state transition diagram; statically typed; static DBMS; static nested scoping; static RAM; static scope; StatMUX; STB; STD; STD 15; STD 9; stderr; stdin; stdio; STDM; stdout; STDWIN; steam-powered; Steelman; stemming; STENSOR; STEP; Stephen Cole Kleene; stepwise refinement; stereogram; Steve Jobs; STFT; STFW; STIL; STING; STMP; stochastic; STOIC; stomp on; STONE; stone knives and bearskins; Stoneman; stop bit; stoppage; storm; Story of Mel; STP; StP; STP4; Strachey, Christopher; Strand; Strand88; Strawman; STREAM; stream-oriented; strength reduction; STRESS; strict; strict evaluation; strided; String EXpression Interpreter; string reduction; stripe; stripe set; striping; STROBES; stroke; strongly connected component; strongly typed; Stroustrup, Bjarne; structural recursion; structured analysis; structured language; Structured Query Language; Structure of Management Information; STRUDL; STSC APL; stub network; stubroutine; STUDENT; studly; Stupids; stupid-sort; Sturgeon's Law; STX; SUB; subband encoding; subclass; subnet; subnet address; subnet mask; subnet number; subscribing; \subseteq; Subset-Equational Language; subtyping; SuccessoR; successor; sucking mud; Sue; sufficiently small; SUGAR; SUIF; suit; SUMMER; SUMMER SESSION; sum of products type; Sun; sunspots; sun-stools; SunView; SUNY; SUPER; superclass; supercombinators; supercompilation; superhighway; SuperJanet; SUPERMAC; superpipelined; superprogrammer; super source quench; SuperTalk; superuser; Super VGA; Super Video Graphics Adapter; Super Video Graphics Adaptor; supervisor mode; supremum; Sure; surfing; SURGE; surjective; suspension; Suzie COBOL; SVG; SVID; SVR4; SVS; swab; swapped in; swapped out; swapping; SweetLambda; switched virtual circuit; swizzle; SWL; SWT; Sybase SQL Server; SYDEL; SYGMA; SYLK; syllogism; Sylvan; SYMBAL; SYMBOLANG; symbolic inference; Symbol Manipulation Program; symlink; Symmetric LISP; symmetric multiprocessor; Synchronous DRAM; Synchronous Graphics RAM; syntactic salt; syntactic sugar; syntax directed translation; Synthesizer Specification Language; sypware; sysadmin; sysape; sys-frog; SYSLISP; sysop; sysprog; system; System 5; system administrator; system analysis; system analyst; system board; Systeme International; System F; System International; system manager; System Product Interpreter; system programming language; systems analyst; systems jock; systems operator; systems programming; System V; System V Interface Definition; SysVile; T; \t; T1 line; T1 rate; T3 line; TA; TAA; TAB; TABLET; TAC; TACL; tag name; tail call optimisation; tail call optimization; tail-strict; TAL; TALE; Taligent; talk bomb; talker system; Tandem Application Language; Tanenbaum, Andrew; TANSTAAFL; TAOS; TAP; tap; tape; tape archive; tape drive; TAPI; tarball; target; Target-Machine Description Language; TARTAN; TASM; TASS; taste; TAWK; Taxis; tayste; taz; TB; TBF; TBIL; TBK; Tbl; TCGS; TC/IX; Tcl; tcl-debug; Tcl-DP; TclX; TCM; TCO; Tcode; TCOL; TCOL.Ada; TCP; TCPIP; Tcsim; TDEL; TDFL; TDI; TDM; TDMA; TDR; Technical/Office Protocol; Technology Enabled Relationship Manager; TechRef; Telecommunication Display Device; telecommuting; telematics; TelEnet; Telescript; teletype; TeleUSE; TELNET; Telon; TELOS; TELSIM; TEMPLOG; TEMPO; Tempura; tendinitis; ten-finger interface; tennis elbow; tense; tera-; TERMAC; terminak; terminal adapter; terminal brain death; terminal emulation; terminal illness; terminal junkie; terminal node; terminal server; Terminal User Interface; Terminate and Stay Resident; termination analysis; term rewriting system; terpri; Terse; testing; TET; Texinfo; text; text segment; TFT; TFTP; TGA; T-gen; TGS-II; That's not a bug, that's a feature!; The Cuckoo's Egg; The Force; The Internet Account; The Network; THEO; theology; theory; The story of Mel; The World Of Cryton; the X that can be Y is not the true X; thick Ethernet cable; thicknet; thin Ethernet cable; ThingLab; Think C; thinnet; third normal form; This can't happen; this dictionary; thn; thrash; thrashing; thread; threaded; threading; three-finger salute; three-letter acronym; thud; tick; TickIT; tickle a bug; tick-list features; TIFF; tiger team; time division multiple access; timeout; time quantum; time sink; time T; Time to Live; time zone; TINC; tinman+; TINT; tint; Tiny; Tiny Clos; TIP; TIPL; tip of the ice-cube; tired iron; TK-95; TK!Solver; TL0; TL1; TLA; TLB; TLD; TLI; T Lisp; TLS; TM; (TM); TMDL; TMG; TMRC; TMRCie; tn3270; TNSTAAFL; TNXE6; to a first approximation; toggle; TOK; token ring; tone; Tony Hoare; Toolbuilder; TOOLS; toolsmith; TOP; topic group; TOPS-10; TOPS-20; torrent; TORTOS; TOSS; tourist information; Tower Technology Corporation; toy; toy problem; TPA; TPF; TPL; TPO; TPS; tptc; TPU; TPX; TRAC; track ball; tracking file; trackpad; tractor feed; Trafola-H; trampoline; TRANDIR; TRANQUIL; TRANS; transaction; transducer; transfer none; transfer rate; transformation; Transistor-Transistor Logic; transition ad; transitive; transitive closure; transit network; Transport Level Interface; trap; trap door; trash; Trash-80; travelling salesman; traverse; trawl; TREET; TREETRAN; Trellis; Trellis Code Modulation; trigger finger; TRIGMAN; TRO; trojan; TROLL; troll; TRS; Trumpet; TRUSIX; TS; TSAP; TSEE; Tsim; TSL-1; TSO; TSP; TSR; TSV; TTD; TTL; TTS; TUB; tube time; Tuckals; Tukey, John; Tuki; tunneling; TUPLE; Tuple Space Smalltalk; tupling; turbo nerd; Turbo Prolog; Turing; Turing Plus; Turing tar-pit; turist; TUTOR; TV; tweak; tweeter; Twentel; TWIG; twilight zone; twink; twm; twonkie; two-to-the-N; TX-0; TXL; type-ahead search; type class; type scheme; typo; typographical error; UAN; UART; UAT; UBASIC; UBD; ubiquitous computing; uC++; UCB; U-Code; UCP; UCS; UCSD Pascal; UCX; udb; UDDI; UDF; UDMA; UDP; uemacs; UHELP; UI; UIDL; UIL; UIMS; UIMX; UKC; UKERNA; ULCC; Ultra-ATA; Ultra DMA; UMB; UMB Scheme; UMDL; UML; uML; UMTS; UNC; UNCL; UNCOL; uncompression; uncountable; uncurry; undefined external reference; under the hood; undocumented feature; U-NET Limited; unfold; unfold/fold; UniCOMAL; unicos; Unified Han; unifier; UNIFORM; Uniform Naming Convention; Uniform Resource Locater; Uniform Resource Number; Unihan; UNISAP; United Kingdom Unix Users Group; United Technologies Research Cente; UNITY; universal quantifier; Universal Resource Locator; Unix box; Unix brain damage; Unix conspiracy; Unix man page; Unix System V; unnormalised; unproto; unshar; unswizzle; until; unwind-protect; unwind the stack; UPenn; upgrade; upgradeability; upload; UPMAIL Tricia Prolog; upper bound; UPS; upthread; upward closure; Uranus; URC; urchin; URI; URL; URL forwarding; URN; URouLette; US; usa.net; USB 2.0; Usenet news; user-friendly; user id; user interface; user interface copyright; USG Unix; usim; USL; USP; USR; usr; US Robotics; USSA; UTC; UTF; utility; utility program; UTP; UTRC; uucp; UUCPNET; uudecode; UUPC; V; V.32ter; vacuum tube; valency; Valid; validation; value; value added retailer; VAN; vanilla; VAR; var; VAX DOCUMENT; VAXen; vaxherd; vaxism; vaxocentrism; VAXset; VAXstation; VAX/VMS; VB; VBA; vbell; VBScript; VCD; VCID; VCL; VCODE; VCPI; VCR; vdiff; VDL; VDM; VDM++; VDM-SL; VDSL; VDT; VDU; vdx; vector font; vector processor; VEE; veeblefeetzer; VEL; ventilator card; Ventura Publisher; Venus flytrap; Verdi; verification; vertical loop combination; VESA; VESPA; V.FAST; VGQF; VGX; VHDL; VHE; VHLL; vhost; VHS; video adapter; video card; video compression; video conference; video display standard; video display terminal; Video Graphics Adapter; Video Graphics Adaptor; video RAM; video terminal; videotex; Vienna Definition Language; Vienna Definition Method; Vienna Fortran; Views; VIF; Vinton Cerf; Viola; virgin; Viron; virtual cache; Virtual Control Program Interface; Virtual Device Location; virtual disk; Virtual Home Environment; virtual machine; Virtual Machine/ESA; Virtual Machine/System Product; Virtual Machine/XA; virtual point of presence; virtual PoP; Virtual Sequential Access Method; virtual shredder; Virtual Telecommunications Access Method; viruses; visionary; visual bell; Visual C++; visual language; visual programming; visual programming environment; VITAL; VIVID; viz; VLAN; VLB; VLDB; VLIW; VLSI; VLSM; VM; VM/CMS; VMEbus; VM/ESA; VML; VMS; VM/SP; VM/XA; vocoding; VoD; voice-net; voice recognition; VoIP; volatile memory; volatile storage; von Neumann, John; von Neumann machine; V.pcm; VPL; VPN; VQF; VR; VRAM; VRC; VRML; VRTX; VSAM; VSE; VSF; VSP; VSX; VTAM; VTC; VTOC; VTS; VTW; VUE; VUIT; VUP; VxD; VXI; W2K; W3; W3C; W3 Consortium; WA-12; wabbit; Wabi; wacco; WAFL; WAIS; WAITS; waldo; wallpaper; wall time; WAM; WAN; wango; wank; wannabee; want list; WAP; -ware; Warm Silence Software; Warp; wart; Wasserman; WATBOL; WATFIV; WATFOR; wavetable synthesis; WBEM; WBMP; WBS; WCDMA; WCL; WD; WDM; WE; weakly typed; web address; WebCOMAL; web log; webmistress; web proxy; web server; Webster; Webster's Dictionary; wedged; wedgie; wedgitude; Weeble; weeds; weenie; Weenix; well-behaved; well-connected; WEP; WFL; WfMC; WFW; WFWG; WG; WGL; whack; whacker; whales; whalesong; What's a spline?; wheel; wheel bit; wheel wars; while; White pages; WHNF; whois; Whopper; WHQL; WIBNI; WIC; widget; wiggles; WiLAN; Wild_LIFE; WIMP environment; Win2K; Win 95; Win 98; windowing; windowing system; Window RAM; Windows/286; Windows 2K; Windows ME; Windows NT 5; Windows XP Pro; window system; Windoze; WinMaker Pro; WINS; Winsock; wired; Wisp; within delta of; within epsilon of; wizard; wizardly; WizDOM; WLAN; WLL; WMA; WMI; WML; WMV; WNPP; WO; WOM; WOMBAT; Woodenman; WOOL; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Word; word processing; workgroup; working set model; worksheet; World Time; WORM; wormhole; WOSA; WOSA Extensions for Financial Systems; WOSA/XFS; wound around the axle; WPA; WPA Pre-Shared Key; WPA-PSK; WPG; WPI; WPL+; WPOP; WRAM; wrap around; wrb; write buffer; write-only code; write-only language; write-thru; WRT; WSBPEL; WSDL; WSFN; WSL; WTF; WTFPL; WTH; WTLS; Wumpus; WWW; WWWW; WYGIWYNTYH; WYSIAYG; WYSIWYG; WYSWYG; X11R4; X11R5; X.208; X.209; X.214; X.215; X.216; X.217; X.219; X.224; X.225; X.226; X.227; X.229; X.28; X.29; X.3; X3J16; X.75; x86; XA; Xaw; Xbase; xbeeb; XC; X client; X Consortium; Xcoral; X.desktop; XDR; XDS 530; XDS 940; xDSL; Xeon; xerox; XEROX PARC; Xerox Star; XFS; Xfun; XGA; XGA-2; XHTML; Xi; XIE; X Image Extension; Xlib; xlisp; XML; XMM; XMODEM-1K; xmosaic; XNF; xnf2ver; XNS; XOFF; XON; XON/XOFF; Xopen; X/open Portability Guide; xor; XP; XPC; XperCASE; XPG; XPG3; XPL; XP Pro; xref; XRemote; XRN; XSD; XSI; XSL; XSLT; XT; Xt; XTI; XTP; XTRAN; XUI; XUL; Xv++; XVGA; XView; XVT; XWIP; xxgdb; XXX; Y; Y2K; YA-; Yaa; YABA; yacc; YADE; YAGNI; YAML; YAPS; YASOS; YAUN; Yay; Yellow; Yellow Book CD-ROM; Yellow Pages; yellow wire; YLISP; YMMV; YMODEM; YMODEM-G; yocto-; yotta-; You are not expected to understand this; youtube.com; YP; YSM; Yu-Shiang Whole Fish; Z39.50; Z8; Z80; Z8000; ZAPP; ZEBRA; Zed; Zen; ZENO; zepto; zero-content; ZEST; zetta-; Zeus; ZIF; zigamorph; Zilog Z280; Zip disc; Zip disk; zip file; zipped; zipped file; zone; Zoo; zorch; zsh; Z shell; ZUG; Zulu time; Zuse, Konrad; ZyXEL; ~; £;