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bang path Explained

bang path at English => English (GNU/Linux) Of Explained:

n. [now historical] An old-style UUCP electronic-mail address specifying hops to get from some assumed-reachable location to the addressee, so called because each hop is signified by a bang sign. Thus, for example, the path ...!bigsite!foovax!barbox!me directs people to route their mail to machine bigsite (presumably a well-known location accessible to everybody) and from there through the machine foovax to the account of user me on barbox. In the bad old days of not so long ago, before autorouting mailers became commonplace, people often published compound bang addresses using the { } convention (see glob) to give paths from several big machines, in the hopes that one's correspondent might be able to get mail to one of them reliably (example: ...!{seismo, ut-sally, ihnp4}!rice!beta!gamma!me). Bang paths of 8 to 10 hops were not uncommon in 1981. Late-night dial-up UUCP links would cause week-long transmission times. Bang paths were often selected by both transmission time and reliability, as messages would often get lost. See Internet address, the network, and sitename. From Jargon Dictionary http://www.tldp.org/LDP/Linux-Dictionary/

bang path at English => English (Computer) Of Explained:

ame time
в това ВРЕМЕ meanwhile
зимно/лятно ВРЕМЕin winter/summer
нощно ВРЕМЕ at night
ни в това ни в онова/по никое ВРЕМЕ at an unseasonable/unearthly hour, at untimely/odd hours
ВРЕМЕ е it's (about) time
крайно ВРЕМЕ е it is high time
и ВРЕМЕ му е and high/about time, too
сега му е ВРЕМЕто now is the time, now if ever
ВРЕМЕ ми е o.'s time has come (и за смърт) (да to), be old enough to
не е ВРЕМЕ за this is no time for (c ger.); it is a bad time to (c inf.)
докато е още ВРЕМЕ before ifs too late; while the going is good
дотогава има много ВРЕМЕ there's plenty of time; that's a long time off
за известно ВРЕМЕ for a time/while
за малко/кратко ВРЕМЕ for a (short) while, for a short time
за (вътре в) много малко ВРЕМЕ in no time
за първо ВРЕМЕ for a start
когато му дойде ВРЕМЕто in due course/time, in its due season. when the right time comes
още не му е дошло ВРЕМЕто the time is not yet ripe
на ВРЕМЕ in/on time
той винаги идва на ВРЕМЕ he is always on time; he always comes on time
на ВРЕМЕ за влака in time for the train
не давам на ВРЕМЕ (матери