ETYM French ressource, from Old Fren. ressourdre, resourdre, to spring forth or up again; pref. re- re- + sourdre to spring forth. Related to Source.
1. A source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed.
2. Available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed.
3. The ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; SYN. resourcefulness, imagination.
Oblik postupka, metod rada.
Pomoćno sredstvo, izvor pomoći; izvor (privrede) iz koga se dobavljaju sirovine; mesto za razondu; uže društvo.
1. Any part of a computer system or a network, such as a disk drive, printer, or memory, that can be allotted to a program or a process while it is running.
2. An item of data or code that can be used by more than one program or in more than one place in a program, such as a dialog box, a sound effect, or a font in a windowing environment. Many features in a program can be altered by adding or replacing resources without the necessity of recompiling the program from source code. Resources can also be copied and pasted from one program into another, typically by a specialized utility program called a resource editor. 3. Any nonexecutable data that is logically deployed with an application. A resource might be displayed in an application as error messages or as part of the user interface. Resources can contain data in a number of forms, including strings, images, and persisted objects.
Kao što ljudi imaju prirodne resurse, tako i računari imaju svoje sopstvene resurse. Resurs može da bude memorija, disk, štampač, monitor itd. U Vindovsu ili u mrežama, uvek pazite da ne ostanete bez resursa.