Some articles on signed:
... programming, an arithmetic shift is a shift operator, sometimes known as a signed shift (though it is not restricted to signed operands) ... the right, the leftmost bit (usually the sign bit in signed integer representations) is replicated to fill in all the vacant positions (this is a kind of ... performing multiplication or division of signed integers by powers of two ...
... For example, a quarto that consists of the signed gatherings 2 leaves signed A, 4 leaves signed B, 4 leaves signed C, and 2 leaves signed D would be ...
... Louis Signed as exits 0A (east) and 0B (west) 0.2 1 Bank Street, Northwestern Parkway Eastbound exit and westbound entrance 1.0 2 Muhammad Ali Boulevard, River Park Drive 2.3 3 Virginia Avenue ... Matthews Signed as exits 20A (east) and 20B (west) 21 KY 1447 (Westport Road) 22 US 42 (Brownsboro Road) 23 I-71 – Cincinnati, Louisville Eastbound exit and ...
... The Ulster Covenant was signed by just under half a million men and women from Ulster, on and before 28 September 1912, in protest against the Third Home Rule Bill, introduced by the ... The Covenant had two basic parts The Covenant itself, which was signed by men, and the Declaration, which was signed by women ... In total, the Covenant was signed by 237,368 men the Declaration, by 234,046 women ...
... Bernard ended up becoming an undrafted free agent after college and was signed a few weeks later by the St ... He was then signed by the Seattle Seahawks, who also cut him, leading him to sign with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers ... He was released on July 16, 2009 but re-signed the next day to the practice roster ...
More definitions of "signed":
- (adj): Having a handwritten signature.
Example: "A signed letter"
Famous quotes containing the word signed:
“Bernstein: Girls delightful in Cuba stop. Could send you prose poems about scenery but dont feel right spending your money stop. There is no war in Cuba. Signed Wheeler. Any answer?
Charles Foster Kane: YesDear Wheeler, You provide the prose poems, Ill provide the war.”
—Orson Welles (19151985)
“In 1869 he started his work for temperance instigated by three drunken men who came to his home with a paper signed by a saloonkeeper and his patrons on which was written For Gods sake organize a temperance society.”
—Federal Writers Project Of The Wor, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“You watched and you saw what happened and in the accumulation of episodes you saw the pattern: Daddy ruled the roost, called the shots, made the money, made the decisions, so you signed up on his side, and fifteen years later when the womens movement came along with its incendiary manifestos telling you to avoid marriage and motherhood, it was as if somebody put a match to a pile of dry kindling.”
—Anne Taylor Fleming (20th century)