Exchanged

  • (adj): Changed for (replaced by) something different.

Some articles on exchanged:

Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol - L2TP Packet Exchange
... At the time of setup of L2TP connection, many control packets are exchanged between server and client to establish tunnel and session for each direction ... Then using this tunnel and session id, data packets are exchanged with the compressed PPP frames as payload ... The list of L2TP Control messages exchanged between LAC and LNS, for handshaking before establishing a tunnel and session in voluntary tunneling method are ...
Calculating Amount Realized
... Because Sally has not sold her stock (or otherwise exchanged it), she has not realized the stock's appreciation ... Realization would also occur if Sally exchanged her stock for a new car or for a certain amount of services ... In a transaction where property is exchanged for other property, no realization event occurs where this is no legal distinction between the exchanged properties ...
Carl Gustaf Wrangel - Landowner and Constructor
... and Wrangelshof, with Ödenpäh and Wrangelshof exchanged for Pomeranian domains in 1653 ... he held Ekebyhov, and in Karelia, he held Salmis county, which he exchanged for Sölvesborg county in Blekinge in 1665 ...
Pachinko
... These balls can then be exchanged for prizes ... Balls won cannot be exchanged directly for money in the parlor ... The balls are exchanged for tokens or prizes, which are then taken outside and exchanged for cash at a place nominally separate from the parlor ...
Detailed Explanation - API and Protocols - Object API and Protocols
... When a message is exchanged via a protocol between two different platforms using objects on both sides, the object in a programming language can be ... Instead when a similar object is exchanged via an API local to a single machine the object is effectively exchanged (or a reference to it) in memory e.g ...

Famous quotes containing the word exchanged:

    We have exchanged the Washingtonian dignity for the Jeffersonian simplicity, which in due time came to be only another name for the Jacksonian vulgarity.
    Henry Codman Potter (1835–1908)

    [They] exchanged the quick, brilliant smile of women who dislike each other on sight.
    Marshall Pugh (b. 1925)

    If it is asserted that civilization is a real advance in the condition of man,—and I think that it is, though only the wise improve their advantages,—it must be shown that it has produced better dwellings without making them more costly; and the cost of a thing is the amount of what I will call life which is required to be exchanged for it, immediately or in the long run.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)