Definitions for "Operand"
One of the quantities entering into, or arising from, a computer operation. An operand may be an argument, a parameter, a result, or the location code for the next instruction.
an expression that provides a value for an operation. See also argument. operation: an expression that is part of the built-in computational repertoire of Icon and cast in the form of an operator and operands. Sometimes used in a broader sense to include function and procedure calls to distinguish expressions that perform computation from control structures.
In computer expressions operands are the objects. Operands are the objects that are manipulated and operators are the symbols that represent specific actions. For example, in the expression + x, x and are operands and + is an operator. All expressions have at least one operand.
One of those cryptic sounding words that you should always have scrawled on your whiteboard so everyone thinks that (1) you're working, and (2) you're smarter than them.
Keywords:  operatingsystem, overlay
operatingsystem -- overlay
A value that an instruction is to perform an operation on. Operating System (OS) A program that provides services for applications. One of the main things that an operating system does is it hides machine specific details. It does this by presenting a common view of the services it provides. Resource What a computer or instruction needs to perform an action.
a thing that an operation is applied to
A DPML construct. An operand is the XML resource which is to be processed by an instruction.
a subexpression that can itself (generally) contain additional operators as well as terms
a number, cell reference, or field name used in a calculation in the formulas of spreadsheets or databases; in a database the operands are field names.
An operand is an object or value on which an operation is performed via an operator. For example, in the formula “3 + 5”, both 3 and 5 are operands, while “+” is the operator.
Keywords:  boolean, objects, one
One of the objects used in a boolean operation.
specification of a storage location that provides data to or receives data from an operation. [SILC99
Keywords:  outcome, blend, mode, value, numerical
A numerical value used with some transfer mode types (such as blend mode) to affect the outcome of the transfer-mode operation.
a language element that represents a value
a value that is acted upon by an operator
Keywords:  entity, acts
an entity on which an operator acts
The two or more registers that are to be used in an operation. The multiplication of two numbers would have two operands.
Keywords:  executes, program, computer, data
Data that are operated on by the computer as it executes a program.
Keywords:  item
an item upon which an operator operates