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Possible Answers: APE, ECHO, MIMIC, COPY, PARROT, EMULATE, MIRROR, POSEAS, ACTLIKE, FOLLOWSUIT, MAKELIKE, DOLIKE.
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-Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jun 13 2018
-The Telegraph – Quick Crossword – June 5 2018
Random information on the term “APE”:
The use of Comet techniques in web development predates the use of the word Comet as a neologism for the collective techniques. Comet is known by several other names, including Ajax Push, Reverse Ajax, Two-way-web, HTTP Streaming, and HTTP server push among others. The term Comet is not an acronym, but was coined by Alex Russell in his 2006 blog post Comet: Low Latency Data for the Browser.
The ability to embed Java applets into browsers (starting with Netscape 2.0 in March 1996) made two-way sustained communications possible, using a raw TCP socket to communicate between the browser and the server. This socket can remain open as long as the browser is at the document hosting the applet. Event notifications can be sent in any format – text or binary – and decoded by the applet.
Random information on the term “ECHO”:
Echo, also known as Marshalls Cross Roads, is an unincorporated community in Dale County, Alabama, United States. Echo is located on Alabama State Route 27, 10.4 miles (16.7 km) east of Ozark.
Traditional explanation holds the community was named when early settlers were constructing a log cabin and heard an echo as two logs hit each other. A post office operated under the name Echo from 1851 to 1904.
Company B (known as “The Dale County Grays”) of the 33rd Regiment Alabama Infantry was partially made up of men from Echo. A portion of the 15th Regiment Alabama Infantry also came from Echo.
Echo was listed on the 1880 U.S. Census as an unincorporated community with a population of 123.
Random information on the term “MIMIC”:
This category lists those programming languages that support the object-oriented programming paradigm.
Note that these programming languages are further classified as being either:
This category has the following 11 subcategories, out of 11 total.
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Random information on the term “COPY”:
Copying is the duplication of information or an artifact based only on an instance of that information or artifact, and not using the process that originally generated it. With analog forms of information, copying is only possible to a limited degree of accuracy, which depends on the quality of the equipment used and the skill of the operator. There is some inevitable deterioration and accumulation of “noise” (random small changes, not sound) from original to copy; when successive generations of copy are made, this deterioration accumulates with each generation. With digital forms of information, copying is perfect. Copy and paste is frequently used for information a computer user selects and copies to an area he or she wishes.
Most high-accuracy copying techniques use the principle that there will be only one type of possible interpretation for each reading of data, and only one possible way to write an interpretation of data.[clarification needed]
In visual art, copying the works of the masters is a standard way that students learn to paint and sculpt. In sculpture, copies have often been made using devices such as the pointing machine, the pantograph or, more recently, computer guided router systems that scan a model and can produce it in a variety of materials and in any desired size. Another way of copying three-dimensional works is by lost-wax casting and other forms of molding and casting.