hold on retains plots in the current axes so that new plots added to the axes do not delete existing plots. hold off sets the hold state to off so that new plots added to the axes clear existing plots and reset all axes properties.
The hold function determines whether new graphics objects are added to the graph or replace objects in the graph. hold on retains the current plot and certain axes properties so that subsequent graphing commands add to the existing graph. hold off resets axes properties to their defaults before drawing new plots.
A signal that causes a central processing unit to stop its activity and to relinquish control over the bus until the signal is removed.
HOLD/HOLDA : HOLD indicates that another master has been requesting a local bus . This is an active high(1). The microprocessor receiving the HOLD request will issue HLDA (high) as an acknowledgement in the middle of a T4 or T1 clock cycle. ALE : Address Latch Enable.
Simulate a Sample-and-Hold Systemfs = 16, t = 0:1/fs:1-1/fs, x = .9*sin(2*pi*t), stem(t,x) hold on stairs(t,x) hold off.ups = 4, fu = fs*ups, tu = 0:1/fu:1-1/fu, y = upsample(x,ups), stem(tu,y,'--x') hold on stairs(t,x) hold off.h = ones(ups,1), z = filter(h,1,y), stem(tu,z,'--.')
Hold pin is used to indicate that another potential bus master is demanding the access to the system bus by asserting hold pin. In return Microprocessor issues HLDA to acknowledge the hold request when it is ready to relinquish the system bus.
INTR. The INTR is a maskable interrupt because the microprocessor will be interrupted only if interrupts are enabled using set interrupt flag instruction. It should not be enabled using clear interrupt Flag instruction. The INTR interrupt is activated by an I/O port.
Symbol. The IEEE standard symbol for a foot is "ft". In some cases, the foot is denoted by a prime, often approximated by an apostrophe, and the inch by a double prime, for example, 2 feet 4 inches is sometimes denoted as 2′ 4″.
Click the arrow next to one of the selected row numbers or column letters, then choose Add Rows Above or Add Rows Below (or Add Columns Before or Add Columns After). Delete multiple rows or columns at once: Command-click the rows or columns, click the arrow, then choose Delete Selected Rows or Delete Selected Columns.
You can even mix sticks although not recommended and a higher chance for the ram not playing nice together. Do all 4 sticks of RAM have to be the same? Yes, it is advisable to use RAM sticks by the same manufacturer, of the same size, and of the same frequency.