Handle

Handle

Handle may be:

* Handle (grip), a grip attached to an object for using or moving the object
* Handle (mathematics), a topological ball
* Handle (computing), a particular kind of smart pointer

"'Handle may also be:

* Handle System, a system for uniquely numbering digital objects. Most well known application is in digital object identifiers
* "Handles" (book), a children's book by Jan Mark
* Adjustment handles, little boxes for resizing a GUI control
* Doorhandle
* Opaque pointer, in computer programming, a datatype that hides its internal implementation using a pointer
* Reference (computer science), an object referring to data stored elsewhere in computer memory
* Pseudonym used in a communication system
* User (computing), a pseudonym used within an online system
* Handle-o-Meter, a machine that measures surface friction and flexibility of sheeted materials

ee also

* Handel (disambiguation)
* Hendel, Hendl


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  • handle — vb 1 Handle, manipulate, wield, swing, ply are comparable when they mean to deal with or manage with or as if with the hands typically in an easy, skillful, or dexterous manner. Handle implies the acquirement of skill sufficient to accomplish one …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • handle — [han′dəl] n. [ME handil < OE handle (akin to Du handel) < hand, HAND] 1. that part of a utensil, tool, etc. which is to be held, turned, lifted, pulled, etc. with the hand 2. a thing like a handle in appearance or use 3. the total amount of …   English World dictionary

  • Handle — Han dle (h[a^]n d l), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Handled} ( d ld); p. pr. & vb. n. {Handling} ( dl[i^]ng).] [OE. handlen, AS. handlian; akin to D. handelen to trade, G. handeln. See {Hand}.] 1. To touch; to feel with the hand; to use or hold with the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • handle — [n1] something to grip arm, bail, crank, ear, grasp, haft, handgrip, helve, hilt, hold, holder, knob, shaft, stem, stock, tiller; concepts 445,502,831 handle [n2] nickname appellation, byname, byword, cognomen, denomination, designation, moniker …   New thesaurus

  • Handle — Han dle, n. [AS. handle. See {Hand}.] 1. That part of vessels, instruments, etc., which is held in the hand when used or moved, as the haft of a sword, the knob of a door, the bail of a kettle, etc. [1913 Webster] 2. That of which use is made;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • handle — ► VERB 1) feel or manipulate with the hands. 2) manage or cope with. 3) deal with. 4) control or manage commercially. 5) (handle oneself) conduct oneself. 6) (of a vehicle) respond in a specified way when being driven: the new model does not… …   English terms dictionary

  • Handle — Han dle (h[a^]n d l), v. i. To use the hands. [1913 Webster] They have hands, but they handle not. Ps. cxv. 7. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • handle — I (manage) verb administer, be master of, command, conduct, control, deal with, direct, dominate, execute, exercise authority, exercise direction over, exeicise power over, exert authority, govern, guide, have authority, have charge of, have the… …   Law dictionary

  • Handle Me — Infobox Single Name = Handle Me Artist = Robyn from Album = Robyn Released = flagicon|Sweden 2005 (Promo only) flagicon|Ireland 26 October, 2007 flagicon|United Kingdom 29 October, 2007 flagicon|Germany March 7, 2008… …   Wikipedia

  • handle — An informal name for the portion of a security s price that is comprised of the numbers to the left of the decimal point, colon, or dash. For example, if a bond s price is 103.25, its handle is 103. Sometimes brokers and dealers only quote the… …   Financial and business terms

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