eol

Eol - What does it mean?

eol | |

Eol vs Mobile - What's the difference?

eol | mobile |


As nouns the difference between eol and mobile

is that eol is field while mobile is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

As an adjective mobile is

capable of being moved.

Eol vs Expiry - What's the difference?

eol | expiry |


As nouns the difference between eol and expiry

is that eol is field while expiry is (british) end, termination, expiration.

Lf vs Eol - What's the difference?

lf | eol |

Lf is a see also of eol.


As a numeral lf

is two.

As a noun eol is

field.

Crlf vs Eol - What's the difference?

crlf | eol |

Crlf is a see also of eol.

Cr vs Eol - What's the difference?

cr | eol |

Cr is a see also of eol.


As a symbol cr

is crore.

As a noun eol is

field.

Eoled vs Eol - What's the difference?

eoled | eol | Derived terms |

Eoled is a derived term of eol.

Obsolescent vs Eol - What's the difference?

obsolescent | eol |

Obsolescent is a initialism of eol.


As an adjective obsolescent

is in the process of becoming obsolete, but not obsolete yet.

As a noun eol is

field.

Obsolete vs Eol - What's the difference?

obsolete | eol |

Obsolete is a initialism of eol.


As an adjective obsolete

is no longer in use; gone into disuse; disused or neglected (often by preference for something newer, which replaces the subject).

As a verb obsolete

is (us)[http://oxforddictionariescom/definition/obsolete oxford dictionary] to cause to become obsolete.

As a noun eol is

field.

Software vs Eol - What's the difference?

software | eol |

Software is a initialism of eol.


As nouns the difference between software and eol

is that software is (computing) encoded computer instructions, usually modifiable (unless stored in some form of unalterable memory such as rom) compare hardware while eol is field.

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