Actions vs Selector - What's the difference?

actions | selector |


As nouns the difference between actions and selector

is that actions is while selector is someone or something which selects or chooses different options.

As a verb actions

is (action).

actions

English

Noun

(head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (action)
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    selector

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Someone or something which selects or chooses different options.
  • # (cricket) An administrator responsible for selecting which players will play for a side.
  • # (internet) A matching expression in a stylesheet determining which elements in the markup are affected by a style.
  • # (computing) A pointer to a structure describing a segment of memory.
  • #* 1990 , Byte (volume 15, issues 11-13, page 256)
  • Phar Lap executables provide a protected-mode selector , 34h, that maps to the first megabyte of physical memory.
  • #* 1995 , Lary L. Myers, ?Keith Weiskamp, Amazing 3-D games adventure set (page 235)
  • You will only have to be concerned with DPMI, selectors , and such, if you use Borland C++ in DOS.
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    Derived terms

    * uniselector English agent nouns