Meaning of FORMULA
Pronunciation:   'formyulu



Matching Terms:   formula algol, formulaic, formularise, formularistic, formularization, formularize, formulary, formulate, formulated, formulation, formule, formulization, formulize

Computing Dictionary 

 Definition:   1. In logic, a sequence of symbols representing terms, predicates, connectives and quantifiers which is either true or false. 2. FORTH Music Language. An extension of forth with concurrent noteplaying processes. Runs on macintosh and atari st with midi output. ["Formula: A Programming Language for Expressive Computer Music", D.P. Anderson et al Computer 24(7):12 (Jul 1991)]. 3. Preprocessor language for the acorn archimedes, allowing inline highlevel statements to be entered in an assembly program. Written in nawk. 

Thesaurus Terms 

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