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verb delve into, explore, ferret through, find, gain, go to see, inquire into, look into, pry, pursue, scrutinize, search for, search thoroughly, seek out, study, track down
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Ideally, the address lookup functionality should cater for both structured and alias address matching,
BroadNet Technologies have also extended the type of lookup options accessible for their clients, by now offering two types of mobile number lookup services, from the regular Mobile Number Portability lookup, which offers the MNC and MCC codes to the more superior, Real Time HLR lookup that offers the IMSI and MSC.
Skyvia Import supports lookup not only on the objects from target connection, but also on objects from the source connection too.
The PWM waveform lookup table programmed in the microcontroller will be an estimate of the original high resolution PWM waveform.
The only thing that can speed up your False VLOOKUPs is to sort the lookup table so the best-selling items are at the top.
The worksheet consists of two sections: the data entry form (Figure I), which we print out each month and send to the accounting department as a report, and the vertical lookup table (Figure II).
The implementation of the algorithm actually requires the development of two software programs: the first an on-line CRC table lookup algorithm, and the secons an off-line table builder.
has today launched the availability of medical cost data on its free consumer website, FH(SM) Consumer Cost Lookup, which is accessible at: www.
Net technology based) systems; - via real-time api or similar technology; - to facilitate existing and new and existing information technology systems with the ability to provide eircode lookup addressing functionality.
Recently, the spokesperson of the company has announced the launch of a new webpage, ENUM and CNAM Lookup on the stated website.
Excel veterans are accustomed to doing a VLOOKUP to get a rate from a lookup table.