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Possible Answers: HIDE, WRAP, MASK, ENROBE, CLOTHE, OBSCURE, WHITEWASH.
Random information on the term “WRAP”:
An overwrap or wrap is applied over an item or is applied over another form of packaging. It is often made of plastic film (sometimes called Polywrapping) or paper.
An overwrap can have several purposes or functions:
Shrink wrap is a material made up of polymer plastic film. When heat is applied it shrinks tightly over whatever it is covering. Heat can be applied with a hand held heat gun (electric or gas) or the product and film can pass through a heat tunnel. Most shrink films are polyethylene.
Plastic films, usually polyethylene or polypropylene, can be wrapped around an item and attached with adhesive, PSA tape, or heat seals. Sometimes the film is in the form of a plastic bag which is sealed around the item.
Kraft paper and a variety of other papers can be used to overwrap items in a package or to overwrap a package. Some papers provide abrasion protection for packaged items. Sealing can be by adhesive, tapes, heat seals, etc. Some papers also have grease resistance or are saturated with volatile corrosion inhibitors, etc.
Random information on the term “MASK”:
An affinity mask is a bit mask indicating what processor(s) a thread or process should be run on by the scheduler of an operating system. Setting the affinity mask for certain processes running under Windows can be useful as there are several system processes (especially on domain controllers) that are restricted to the first CPU / Core. So, excluding the first CPU might lead to better application performance.
Thread affinity in Microsoft Windows can be specified with the SetThreadAffinityMask function. Forcing of each OpenMP thread to distinctive cores in Windows can be accomplished by means of the following C code: