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runner, carrier, messenger.

N M |cursor (of an instrument)

runner, carrier, messenger

cursorcur"sor (k?r"s?r), n. [l., a runner. see cursitor.] any part of a mathematical instrument that moves or slides backward and forward upon another part.cursor n : (computer science) indicator consisting of a movable spot of light (an icon) on a visual display; moving the cursor allows the user to point to commands or screen positions [syn: pointer]


Any part of a mathematical instrument that moves or slides backward and forward upon another part.  

Noun1. (computer science) indicator consisting of a movable spot of light (an icon) on a visual display; moving the cursor allows the user to point to commands or screen positions (synonym) pointer (hypernym) indicator (classification) computer science, computing


1. A visually distinct mark on a display indicating where newly typed text will be inserted. the cursor moves as text is typed and, in most modern editors, can be moved around within a document by the user to change the insertion point.2. In SQL, a named control structure used by an application program to point to a row of data. the position of the row is within a table or view, and the cursor is used interactively so select rows from columns.(1996-12-27)

A flashing rectangle or line on the screen that shows exactly where you are working. for example, when using a Word Processor the cursor indicates the point at which the characters being typed will be inserted.

cursorKeeps track of the driver’s position in the result set. the cursor is so named because it indicates the current position in the result set, just as the cursor on a crt screen indicates current position. cursors let the user scroll through and update a result set with fewer restrictions than browse mode.

- class java.awt..Cursor  public class Cursor extends Object implements Serializable  Tree:java.lang.Object - java.awt.Cursor A class to encapsulate the bitmap representation of the mouse cursor.

- constructor for class java.awt.Cursor  protected Cursor (String  name)Creates a new custom cursor object with the specified name. Note: this constructor should only be used by AWT implementations as part of their support for custom cursors. applications should use Toolkit.createCustomCursor().Parameters: name - the user-visible name of the cursor.See Also:  Toolkit.createCustomCursor(java.awt.Image, java.awt.Point, java.lang.String)

- constructor for class java.awt.Cursor  public Cursor (int type)Creates a new cursor object with the specified type.Parameters: type - the type of cursor

An entity that maps over a result set and establishes a position on a single row within the result set. after the cursor is positioned on a row, operations can be performed on that row, or on a block of rows starting at that position. the most common operation is to fetch (retrieve) the current row or block of rows.

sun Icon/Cursor

A visual indicator showing the position of the next entry.

A cursor is a moving placement or pointer that indicates a position. English-speakers have used the term with this meaning since the 16th century, for a wide variety of movable or mobile position-markers.

the blinking spot (normally) on the screen that indicates where the next character will be placed.

A movable, visible mark used to indicate a position of interest on a display surface. Note: A cursor may have a controllable shape, such as an underline, a rectangle, or a pointer and usually indicates where the next character or graphic will be entered or revised.

See: moding cursor, target cursor

the representation of the mouse on the screen. It may take many different shapes. Example: I-beam, arrow pointer, and hand.

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