Definition of Operands. Meaning of Operands. Synonyms of Operands

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Definition of Operands

Operand
Operand Op"er*and, n. [From neuter of L. operandus, gerundive of operari. See Operate.] (Math.) The symbol, quantity, or thing upon which a mathematical operation is performed; -- called also faciend.

Meaning of Operands from wikipedia

- operands of an operator is called its arity. Based on arity, operators are cl****ified as nullary (no operands), unary (1 operand), binary (2 operands)...
- give one or both operands implicitly, such as by being stored on top of the stack or in an implicit register. If some of the operands are given implicitly...
- Operand forwarding (or data forwarding) is an optimization in pipelined CPUs to limit performance deficits which occur due to pipeline stalls. A data...
- an ALU addition operation by routing operands from their sources (which are usually registers) to the ALU's operand inputs, while the control unit simultaneously...
- two propositions, that produces a value of true if both operands are false or both operands are true. The truth table for p XNOR q (also written as p...
- more specifiers for operands (i.e. data) on which the operation should act, although some operations may have implicit operands, or none at all. There...
- machine has most or all of its operands on an implicit stack. Special purpose instructions also often lack explicit operands (CPUID in the x86 architecture...
- conventional two-operand form a = a + b can now use a non-destructive three-operand form c = a + b, preserving both source operands. AVX's three-operand format...
- representation of AND which does its work on the bits of the operands rather than the truth value of the operands. Bitwise binary AND does the logical AND (as shown...
- also known as alternation; the or of a set of operands is true if and only if one or more of its operands is true. The logical connective that represents...
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