An overflow room was required so that late-comers could watch the putative frontrunner on a large-screen television.
“Barack Obama believes America is in need of great change,” Santorum said to the overflow crowd of 2,500.
It talks about one meaning, which means “overflow,” if the word is pronounced “chu-luk.”
Pope Francis urged the local parish to open up a closed monastery on the island to house the overflow.
An hour to the north, at the rural Tilton School, Mitt Romney faced his own overflow crowd beneath quietly humming ceiling fans.
He seemed to overflow the doorway, nearly six and a half feet tall, and fully as wide as the door.
There was an overflow, as you may imagine, which had to be lodged in the outhouses.
This overflow is provided against the contingency of a full reservoir and idle pumps.
You're all right here; this is only the overflow and will find its level soon.
The hail will sweep away the refuge of lies, and the waters will overflow the hiding place.
The condition that occurs when the result of a calculation is too big to store in the intended format. For example, the result of adding one to 255 cannot be represented as an unsigned, eight-bit integer. In a signed integer representation, overflow can occur when an integer becomes either too positive or too negative.
Overflow can also occur in the exponent of a floating point number representation. The term "underflow" is sometimes used for negative overflow of the exponent.
Ignoring overflow will result in nonsensicle results such as 255 + 1 = 0. At the hardware level, the ALU typically indicates overflow by setting an overflow flag bit which the program can test. Programming languages will typically respond to overflow by raising some kind of signal or other error condition to halt normal execution.
Some languages attempt to avoid overflow by providing (optional) variable length number representation (multiprecission arithmetic) so that the maximum number representable is limited only by the amount of storage available.