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- æquate (obsolete)
- (transitive) To consider equal or equivalent.
- (transitive, mathematics) To set as equal.
- 1960 February, “Talking of Trains”, in Trains Illustrated, page 67:
- Mr. Hoyle, who does not believe many multiple-unit diesel services on secondary routes will resist for ever the road transport challenge, would forgo passenger traffic altogether on a little-used route in order to improve the quality of the freight working and reduce its costs by equating the average speed of all trains on the line concerned.
- (consider equal): differentiate
equate (plural equates)
- (programming) A statement in assembly language that defines a symbol having a particular value.
- 2005, Arnold S. Berger, Hardware and Computer Organization, page 220:
- The first section of the program includes the system equates.
- 2009, Saifullah Khalid, Neetu Agrawal, Microprocessor System (page 256)
- The following equates define the stats byte […]
- 2012, J. S. Anderson, Microprocessor Technology, page 221:
- You can learn much about user routines, labels, displacements, equates (EQU) and so on, by modifying this program and observing the results on the screen.