the review commented that the book was agreeably written
the company would not comment on the venture
“He's an independent soul,” she commented
Place a piece of specially tagged explanatory text within (a program) to assist other users
Turn (part of a program) into a comment so that the computer ignores it when running the program
you could try commenting out that line
A remark expressing an opinion or reaction
you asked for comments on the new proposals
Discussion, esp. of a critical nature, of an issue or event
the plans were not sent to the council for comment
An indirect expression of the views of the creator of an artistic work
their second single is a comment on the commercial nature of raves
An explanatory note in a book or other written text
A written explanation or commentary
A piece of specially tagged text placed within a program to help other users to understand it, which the computer ignores when running the program
make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague"
remark: a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material; "he wrote an extended comment on the proposal"
explain or interpret something
gloss: provide interlinear explanations for words or phrases; "He annotated on what his teacher had written"
gossip: a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people; "the divorce caused much gossip"
In computer programming, a comment is a programming language construct used to embed programmer-readable annotations in the source code of a computer program. ...
SQL (officially like "S-Q-L" but often like "sequel"), often referred to as Structured Query Language, is a database computer language designed for managing data in relational database management systems (RDBMS), and originally based upon relational algebra. ...
A spoken remark; A remark in source code which does not affect the behavior of the program; To remark; To make remarks or notes; To insert comments into source code
Through commenting, our users can participate in our discussions. In return, we give them credit links on their names through recent comments, commentluv, and other future applications that we may think will benefit our commentators. ...
(Commenting) Adding comments in code, like HTML, that help programmers understand how the code has been written. Comments are not displayed in browsers.
(Commenting) Focus your niche, Google the latest updates online for your niche, and try to comment. Commenting is the best to to drive huge traffic for your blog. But, be sure not to spam the others post by just saying - 'Hi' or 'Thank You', be descriptive.
(Commenting) I have the right to not allow or delete your comments. I will not edit your comments so if you think you shouldn’t have written something you probably should take that part out because I will simply delete it if I find it questionable. ...
(Commenting) Stepping out of the reality of the scene by saying or doing something that refers to the fact that it's a scene being played. Also refers to "playing" an emotion rather than feeling it. Should be avoided, though used sparingly it can sometimes be effective.
(Commenting) is not a way to actually match strings, but it is one of the most important parts of regular expressions. As you dive deep into larger, more complex expressions, it becomes hard to decipher what is actually being matched. ...
Commenting enables other users to leave comments for the author on portions of a shared or published portfolio.
(Comments) Any additional information about a listed company.
(Comments) The functionality of a blog that allows readers to add their own opinions or insights to your blog post. You can activate the comments functionality to allow others to post comments on your blog, or you can deactivate it so you have the last word.
(Comments) blogs may allow readers to add comments under items, and may also provide a feed for comments as well as for main items. That mean you can keep up with conversations without having to revisit the site to check whether anything has been added.
(Comments) Many social media sites encourage readers and viewers to leave comments on what has been posted, whether it’s a quick status message, a video, an article, or a picture. Some sites, like Facebook, use the number of comments to determine how a post is included in a person’s news feed. ...
(Comments) are responses to blog posts added by readers.
(Comments) Virtually all blog platforms contain a comment system where readers are able to comment and leave feedback on each page and/or post of the blog. The author might or might not require user registration before a comment can be posted. ...
(comments) are allowed in the dictionary file and give you the opportunity to add notes to the dictionary files that you create for reading in your raw data files. This is the most overlooked optional directives available for the dictionary file. ...