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** and Atlas
** Farnese Atlas, a 2nd-century Roman marble copy of a Hellenistic sculpture of the Titan, " Atlas "
** SM-65 Atlas, early model Atlas rocket
** Mercury-Atlas, the combination Atlas and Mercury spacecraft
** Atlas II
** Atlas III was a US launch vehicle ( 2000 – 2005 )
** Atlas V ( 2002 – Present )
** Titan ( computer ), also known as the Atlas 2, its successor
** UNIVAC 1103, also known as the Atlas II
** High Atlas, a mountain range in Morocco, contains the highest point in the Atlas Mountains
** Middle Atlas, a mountain range in Northern Morocco
** Saharan Atlas, a mountain range in Algeria
** Tell Atlas, the Atlas mountain range that parallels the Mediterranean coast
** Radio Atlas, a radio station in Montenegro
** Agents of Atlas, a Marvel Comics mini-series that included a foundation named Atlas
** " The Coming of Atlas ", a DC Comics story arc featuring Atlas
** Polar Atlas, historic Swedish diesel maker, later part of Atlas Copco

** and programming
In programming languages such as Ada, Fortran, Perl, Python and Ruby, a double asterisk is used, so is written as " x ** 2 ".
** ip ( struct ), a structure in the C programming language to store IP packet headers
** for his profound contributions to three major areas of operations research and management science: inventory theory, dynamic programming and lattice programming.
** limits. h, the header of a general purpose standard library of the C programming language
** Polymorphism in object-oriented programming, the ability of an interface to be realized in multiple ways
** Procedural programming languages such as Pascal.
** Logic programming languages such as Prolog.
** Esoteric programming languages, a form of mathematical recreation in which programmers work out how to achieve basic programming constructs in an extremely difficult but mathematically Turing-equivalent language.
** The Perl programming language is created by Larry Wall.
** Subjects ( programming ), core elements in the subject-oriented programming paradigm
* In the Ada, Fortran, Perl, Python, Ruby programming languages, in some dialects of the Pascal programming language, and many others, a double asterisk is used to signify exponentiation: 5 ** 3 is 5 * 5 * 5 or 125.
** MSG Network, a sports programming network that serves the New York City metropolitan area
** Generic Image Library, a generic programming library for image processing by Adobe Systems
** Aggregation, a form of object composition in object-oriented programming
** Nickelodeon operates three digital channels separate from the main feed: Nick Jr., a channel devoted to preschool programming ; TeenNick, aimed at teenagers with mostly live-action programs ( which includes a two hour 1990s block in late night ); and Nicktoons, which primarily ( although not exclusively ) runs animated programming.
** Cartoon Network has only one digital channel, Boomerang, which focuses on Time Warner's archival animated programming and some other classic cartoons.
** Disney Channel has two digital channels: Disney Junior, which launched in 2012 and features preschool programming, and Disney XD, which caters primarily to boys.
** Up to 32 simultaneous colors available ( one 16-color palette for sprites or background, an additional 16-color palette for background only ) from a palette of 64 ( can also show 64 simultaneous colors using programming tricks )
** FPr ( also under Lisp and object-oriented programming )

** and language
** Old English, their language
** New Curonian ( nearly extinct ; often considered a separate language, but mutually intelligible to Latvian )
** Chinese character, a written language symbol ( sinogram ) used in Chinese, Japanese, and other languages
** Standard Chinese, the standard form of the Chinese language in China, Taiwan and Singapore, and the variety most commonly taught as a foreign language
** implementing a language, sometimes quite high-level ( e. g. PostScript )
** English studies, the study of English language and literature, often as a school subject
** Ewe language, the language of the Ewe people
** French language, a Romance language originating in what is now northern France
** Frankish language or its modern descendants, Franconian languages
** West Frisian language, spoken in Friesland, Netherlands
** Saterland Frisian language, spoken in Lower Saxony, Germany
** North Frisian language, spoken in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
** Georgian language
** Yiddish languagea High-German language with Hebrew and Slavic influence, used by Ashkenazi Jews
** Ladino languagea Spanish language with Hebrew and Aramaic influence, used by Sephardi Jews
** Marsian, the language of the Marsi
** Ket language, the language of the Ket people

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