ETYM Old Eng. piken: cf. French piquer to pierce, prick, Eng. pique. Related to Peak.
(Homonym: peak, pique).
1. To look furtively; SYN. peep.
2. To peer through a crack or hole or from a place of concealment — often used with in or out.
3. To take a brief look; glance.
1. To read a byte from an absolute memory location. Peek commands are often found in programming languages such as Basic that do not normally allow access to specific memory locations.
2. To look at the next character in a buffer associated with an input device without actually removing the character from the buffer.
Naredba iz programskog jezika Bejzik koja korisniku omogućava da vidi sadržaj određen memorijske adrese. Korisnik tada može da ubaci (engl. poke) novu vrednost na tu adresu.