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  1. Instruments

    Instruments is an application performance analyzer and visualizer, integrated in Xcode 3.0 and later versions of Xcode. It is a developer tool included in Apple Mac OS X v10.5 and later versions of Mac OS X, built on top of the DTrace tracing framework from OpenSolaris and ported to Mac OS X. Instruments shows a time line displaying any event occurring in the application, such as CPU activity variation, memory allocation, and network and file activity, together with graphs and statistics. Group of events are monitored via customizable "instruments", which have the ability to record user generated events and replay them exactly as many times as needed, so a developer can see the effect of code changes without actually doing the repetitive work. The Instrument Builder feature allows the creation of custom analysis instruments. Built-in instruments can track ⁕User events, such as keyboard keys pressed and mouse moves and clicks with exact time. ⁕CPU activity of processes and threads. ⁕Memory allocation and release, garbage collection and memory leaks. ⁕File reads, writes, locks. ⁕Network activity and traffic. ⁕Graphics and inner workings of OpenGL.

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  1. instrumentsnoun

    Plural noun of the word instrument.

    The musicians all brought their instruments and had a jamming session in the local pub on holidays.

    Submitted by MaryC on April 20, 2016  

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    Rank popularity for the word 'Instruments' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3349

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Instruments in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Instruments in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of Instruments in a Sentence

  1. Prof.Salam Al Shereida:

    Diplomacy without sagacity and prudent manoeuvring is like music without instruments.

  2. Morgan Stanley spokesman James Wiggins:

    Graystone stands behind its review process. Third Avenue has a strong track record as an investment manager and has found historical success in illiquid instruments.

  3. Maxim Behar:

    There are other classic PR instruments - press conferences, media meetings, business brunches, business conferences, etc. All those are now replaced by posts on social media, and occasionally still by personal meetings with journalists.

  4. Pedro Passos Coelho:

    The choice we have is clear: between the path of reforms that is gradual and secure, and the path of unrealistic political programs following immediate goals, i will not collaborate and will oppose any negative policy leading to Portugal's ruin, where the Portuguese are seen as mere instruments of political power games.

  5. European Securities and Markets Authority:

    The number of third country instruments is likely to increase as a consequence of the UK's withdrawal from the EU, while it remains difficult to accurately assess the number of shares that might become third country instruments post-Brexit, due to current uncertainties, under ESMA's current estimation roughly 18 percent of the shares currently reported into FIRDS have their most liquid trading venue located in the UK.

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