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Definition of Locator

Locator
Locator Lo"ca*tor, n. One who locates, or is entitled to locate, land or a mining claim. [U.S.]

Meaning of Locator from wikipedia

- Locator may refer to: One who locates, or is entitled to locate, a land or mining claim Locator map Locator software, a type of e-commerce software Maidenhead...
- A Uniform Resource Locator (URL), colloquially termed a web address, is a reference to a web resource that specifies its location on a computer network...
- Locate may refer to: Locate (finance) Locator software, in computing Locate (Unix), Linux command to find files Locate di Triulzi, an Italian commune of...
- with its own locator. Airline systems p**** record locators between themselves as part of the confirmation process. Should a record locator fail to be p****ed...
- A gunfire locator or gunshot detection system is a system that detects and conveys the location of gunfire or other weapon fire using acoustic, optical...
- The Maidenhead Locator System (a.k.a. QTH Locator and IARU Locator) is a geographic co-ordinate system used by amateur radio operators to succinctly describe...
- locate is a Unix utility which serves to find files on filesystems. It searches through a prebuilt database of files generated by the updatedb command...
- html#UsingAServiceLocator Seemann, Mark. "Service Locator is an Anti-Pattern". blog.ploeh.dk. Retrieved 2017-06-01. Sample code In Defense of Service Locator Game...
- A cable locator or cable avoidance tool (CAT) is an instrument used for detecting the presence and approximate location of buried services in advance...
- (EPIRB) is a type of emergency locator beacon, a portable battery powered radio transmitter used in emergencies to locate airplanes, vessels, and persons...
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