The man demanded the film, but she said it was a digital camera, pretending to delete the image.
“Ted, I love ya, but you might want to do some research and delete your post on this one,” said one commenter.
That is why we should aim to delete the regulations on dancing in the law in the future.
Ultimately, all it took was the mere mention of a lawyer for the perpetrator to delete the accounts and disappear completely.
"I hit 'delete,' and it was a horrible, horrible feeling," he says.
We must delete therefore all the coastal villages of Barrett and Merriam except the two mentioned.
Page 102, middle, delete comma after them; insert comma after nave.
Would it be possible to delete it from the Commission's report?
“Quit it, delete it, cease it,” Chauncey Delarouse admonished testily.
Would you rather I just delete what I said and just pretend that nothing is going on?
late 15c., "destroy, eradicate," from Latin deletus, past participle of delere "destroy, blot out, efface," from delevi, originally perfective tense of delinere "to daub, erase by smudging" (as of the wax on a writing table), from de- "from, away" (see de-) + linere "to smear, wipe" (see lime (n.1)). In English, specifically of written matter, from c.1600. Related: Deleted; deleting.
Usually this operation only deletes information from the tables the file system uses to locate named files; the file's contents still exist on disk and can sometimes be recovered by scanning the whole disk for strings which are known to have been in the file. Files created subsequently on the same disk are quite likely to reuse the same blocks and thus overwrite the deleted file's data permanently.
The choice of code 127 (binary 1111111) is not arbitrary but dates back to the use of paper tape for input. The delete key rewound the tape by one character and punched out all seven holes, thus obliterating whatever character was there before. The tape reading software ignored any delete characters in the input.