Definition of Maintainable. Meaning of Maintainable. Synonyms of Maintainable

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Definition of Maintainable

Maintainable
Maintainable Main*tain"a*ble, a. That maybe maintained.

Meaning of Maintainable from wikipedia

- In engineering, maintainability is the ease with which a product can be maintained in order to: correct defects or their cause, Repair or replace faulty...
- In free and open source software, a software maintainer or package maintainer is usually one or more people who build source code into a binary package...
- Maintaining is a 2007-2009 comic strip by cartoonist Nate Cr****more. Cr****more is a two-time winner of the Scripps College Cartoonist of the Year and...
- Maintain is a song by Palestinian-Canadian rapper Belly, featuring vocals from fellow Canadian rapper and labelmate Nav. It was released on 6 April 2018...
- In horology, a maintaining power is a mechanism for keeping a clock or watch going while it is being wound. The weight drive used by Christiaan Huygens...
- High Maintenance is an American anthology comedy-drama television and web series created by ex-husband and wife team Ben Sinclair and Katja Blichfeld....
- Maintenance may refer to: Maintenance of an organism Maintenance respiration Alimony, also called maintenance in British English Champerty and maintenance...
- intended to make software designs more understandable, flexible, and maintainable. The principles are a subset of many principles promoted by American...
- Pereira Maintains (Italian: Sostiene Pereira) is a 1994 novel by the Italian writer Antonio Tabucchi. It is also known as Pereira Declares and Declares...
- can extend the life of the concrete pavement for 15 years. Failure to maintain roads properly can create significant costs to society, in a 2009 report...
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