async

Async - What does it mean?

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Defer vs Async - What's the difference?

defer | async |


As a verb defer

is to delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service or defer can be (legal) to submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

Pub vs Async - What's the difference?

pub | async |


As a noun pub

is a public house where beverages, primarily alcoholic, may be bought and consumed and also provides food and sometimes entertainment, normally television viewing or pub can be a publication.

As a verb pub

is to go to one or more public houses or pub can be (informal|transitive) to publish.

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

En vs Async - What's the difference?

en | async |


As a pronoun en

is he, him.

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

Async vs Article - What's the difference?

async | article |


As an adjective async

is (computing) asynchronous.

As a noun article is

a part or segment of something joined to other parts, or, in combination, forming a structured set.

As a verb article is

to bind by articles of apprenticeship.

Property vs Async - What's the difference?

property | async |


As a noun property

is something that is owned.

As a verb property

is (obsolete) to invest with properties, or qualities.

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

Async vs Hsync - What's the difference?

async | hsync |


As an adjective async

is (computing) asynchronous.

As a noun hsync is

(electronics) the horizontal synchronization signal incorporated in a video transmission, such as for a tv broadcast.

Sync vs Async - What's the difference?

sync | async |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between sync and async

is that sync is (computing) to flush all pending operations to disk while async is (computing) asynchronous.

As a noun sync

is synchronization.

As a verb sync

is to synchronize.

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

Dx vs Async - What's the difference?

dx | async |


As a number dx

is a roman numeral representing five hundred and ten ().

As an adjective async is

(computing) asynchronous.

Async vs Ddljson - What's the difference?

async | ddljson |