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Mode Series - Novels - DoOon Mode
... the flag, they are educated about Colene and Darius and trained to become the next mode anchors ... Once on the Virtual Mode, the party attempts to evade the pursuit of the four unknown anchor persons ... one week of her two-week treatment, and the anchor persons return to the Virtual Mode ...
Mode Series - Characters - Significant Secondary Characters
... Late in the series, Maresy becomes incarnate in a telepathic mare from Sequiro's Mode whose memories and personality have been erased due to persecution from the dominant horses of that society ... allow him to travel to and exploit the Virtual Mode ... The mind predator, a creature of the Virtual Mode who attacks travelers whose minds are in conflict ...
X86 Assembly Language - Segmented Addressing
... The x86 architecture in real and virtual 8086 mode uses a process known as segmentation to address memory, not the flat memory model used in many other environments ... In real mode/protected only, for example, if DS contains the hexadecimal number 0xDEAD and DX contains the number 0xCAFE they would together point to the memory address 0xDEAD * 0x10 + 0xCAFE = 0xEB5CE ... Therefore, the CPU can address up to 1,048,576 bytes (1 MB) in real mode ...
Mode Series - Patterns
... The Mode series is written in alternating third person limited perspective ... In Virtual Mode, much time is spent on the Virtual Mode itself ... In Fractal Mode, the primary setting is Julia Mode, a fractal universe ...

Famous quotes containing the words mode and/or virtual:

    Happiness is a matter of one’s most ordinary everyday mode of consciousness being busy and lively and unconcerned with self. To be damned is for one’s ordinary everyday mode of consciousness to be unremitting agonising preoccupation with self.
    Iris Murdoch (b. 1919)

    Tragedy dramatizes human life as potentiality and fulfillment. Its virtual future, or Destiny, is therefore quite different from that created in comedy. Comic Destiny is Fortune—what the world will bring, and the man will take or miss, encounter or escape; tragic Destiny is what the man brings, and the world will demand of him. That is his Fate.
    Susanne K. Langer (1895–1985)