The eighth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet. (noun)
voiceless glottal fricative. (noun)
Planck's constant (noun)
The eighth letter of the English alphabet, called aitch and written in the Latin script. (noun)
The ordinal number eighth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called aitch and written in the Latin script. (noun)
abbreviation for hour (particularly when used as a (non-SI) unit of time alongside International System of Units (SI) units) (initialism)
the statistic reporting the number of hits by a player (initialism)
hexadecimal (following a number) (initialism)
Examples of word h
A scuttle, through which sweepings and refuse may be put into the cellar, is seen at _f_. _g_ is a bin receiving cut hay from the third story, or hay-room, _h h h h h h_, bins for grain-feed. _i_ is a tunnel to conduct manure or muck from the hay-floor to the cellar. _j j_, sliding-doors on wheels.
Â§V''0-Ëœ''d h - ~ S â„¢ x â€¢hâ€¢ eq p S Ã– E eh - Â¤ â€¢h p u â„¢ W h â„¢ S Â¤ P p ph h x | ph â„¢ Yqe x S - g xW
ÃŽÂ´ tells us the new state the machine should enter, the new symbol that should be written in the current square, and the new head position, hÂ² = h + d, where d
Just to give a convincing example, consider three states | h, | h* and
To see that, note that (~h & p) as well as (~h & ~p) are contraries of h, and that it is not possible for both ~ (~h & p) and ~ (~h & ~p) to be true and h to be false.