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  • Short-term store takes on the form of a buffer, which has a limited capacity.
  • An open source third-party filter called is available to provide larger buffers if required.
  • Usually, there is no advantage to using more than three buffers.
  • How can ten characters be copied over when only four of them are actually in the buffer?
  • The language of the order said that the buffer zone would be used until it was no longer considered necessary.
  • The British had wanted the Indians to form a buffer state between the two countries.
  • Orders are released to the shop floor at one "buffer time" before they are due.
  • The resulting image is then combined with various special effects, and moved into the display buffers.
  • Suppose we wish to make it display the next available buffer.
  • Number of buffers are decided by the persons who created the driver.
  • There is much evidence for a brief memory buffer, as distinct from the long term store.
  • One example of a buffer solution found in nature is blood.
  • Buffered means that only the latest version of the data is maintained within the network.
  • The present area of the Reserve is including of core area and of buffer area.
  • Furthermore, larger buffers create more heat and use more die space.
  • The history buffer must be longer in order to make a good prediction.
  • The invasion of a buffer state by one of the powers surrounding it will often result in war between the powers.
  • Its primary use was to add a new buffer area for the dedicated mouse port.
  • The power cars used for this project can be easily identified as they are still fitted with buffers.
  • The disc was soon fixed on its steel buffers like a table on its legs. Cited from The Moon-Voyage, by Jules Verne
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Meaning of buffer

  • noun (chemistry) an ionic compound that resists changes in its ph
  • noun (computer science) a part of ram used for temporary storage of data that is waiting to be sent to a device; used to compensate for differences in the rate of flow of data between components of a computer system
  • noun A power tool used to buff surfaces
  • noun A cushion-like device that reduces shock due to an impact
  • verb Add a buffer (a solution)
    buffered saline solution for the eyes