INT - Computing


  • int, short for integer in many programming languages
  • shorthand for interrupt
  • abbreviation for internationalization
  • INT (x86 instruction), an assembly language instruction for the x86 architecture for generating a software interrupt
  • .int, a generic top-level domain (gTLD)
  • INT - Interactive software development environment. Often a segregated computer network used for testing current and future software releases.

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