Definitions for "Beep"
Keywords:  swblw, geep, atchison, cleburne, emd
The "Beep" (also referred to as the SWBLW) is a one-of-a-kind switcher locomotive built in 1970 by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway at its Cleburne, Texas workshops. Technically a rebuild, the Beep (a portmanteau of "Baldwin Geep," whose official designation was derived from "SWitcher, Baldwin Locomotive Works") originally entered service on the Santa Fe as a Baldwin Model VO-1000. Following close on the heels of its highly-successful CF7 capital rebuilding program, the company hoped to determine whether or not remanufacturing its aging, non-EMD end cab switchers by fitting them with new EMD prime movers was an economically viable proposition.
Keywords:  alert, printf, buzzer, you'd, pitch
beep does what you'd expect: it beeps. But unlike printf, beep allows you to control pitch, duration, and repetitions. Its job is to live inside shell/perl scripts and allow more granularity than one has otherwise. It is controlled completely through command line options.
call, summon, or alert with a beeper
BEEP value, value Activates the Series· 5's buzzer. The first value is the length of the note in 1/ 32s of a second, and the second indicates the pitch. e.g. BEEP 16,300 ALERT "Connection dropped"
A generic application protocol kernel for connection-oriented, asynchronous interactions. Its advantages over HTTP are threefold – firstly,. it is truly peer-to-peer (with HTTP, the client MUST initiate the request, which causes major problems if the server needs to communicate with the client asynchronously), secondly it provides multiple channels over the same connection (HTTP does not), and thirdly it allows higher level "profiles" to define what flows over a channel (HTTP defines the methods (GET, POST, etc.).  BEEP was standardized by the IETF Working Group as RFC 3080. A mapping from BEEP to TCP has also been standardized (RFC 3081). See http://www.ietf.org/html.charters/beep-charter.html http://beepcore.org Also see the BEEPCORE site at http://www.beepcore.org.
Keywords:  pussycat, pcd, debut, dolls, album
"Beep" is the third single from The Pussycat Dolls' debut album PCD.
Keywords:  blared, taxis, warn, ambiguous, noise
a short high tone produced as a signal or warning
make a loud noise; "The horns of the taxis blared"
is the little noise your computer's speaker emits to warn you of some ambiguous situation when you're using command completion and, for example, there's more than one possible choice for completion. There might be other programs that make beeps to let you know of some particular situation.
An acronym for "Brake Effectiveness Evaluation Procedure." This is a new test procedure for performing a single-ended dynamometer test that is similar to certain sections of the National Highway Safety Administration's (NHTSA's) Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS). Manufacturers voluntarily comply with these procedures for brake products.
Keywords:  heinlein, sci, robert, story
Sci-Fi story by Robert Heinlein; 399
Wireless telecommunication framework based on Jabber protocol, targeting JME enabled devices.
The start sound made by an electronic starting mechanism to begin each race.
The starting sound from an electronic, computerized timing system.
The sound your keyboard generates when it can't replicate your key presses. You are recommended to change your keys or even the keyboard to avoid this. More in Tweaking page.
Keywords:  cuing, edit, audio, signal
Audio signal used for cuing and editing.
British English Example Pronunciation.
Keywords:  detector, verb, iron, pipe, magnetic
Verb. To use a magnetic detector to look for iron pipe, etc.
Usually referred to in UNIX documentation as the bell (see bell).
Keywords:  tells, repeat, user, system, times
Tells the system to beep the user. Repeat times.