Origin of comp; from accompany
Origin of comp; from complimentary
- to give as a comp
- to give a comp to
- compiled (by)
Origin of compShort for complimentary.
intransitive verbcomped, comp·ing, comps
Origin of compShort for accompany.
- A competition.
- (UK) A comprehensive school
- A complimentary ticket or item
- A comparable.
- A computer, especially a desktop computer
- A composite, a composition
- A comptroller.
- A comprehensive examination.
- A compile.
- A compilation.
- A comprehensive layout, a graphic design showing final proposed layout of text and images.
comp - Computer Definition
(COMPare) An external DOS/Windows command that compares two files of the same size for identical content and reports up to 10 mismatches. The default command displays the mismatched characters and their location in hexadecimal. Adding the /l (line) and /a (ASCII) parameters as in the example below shows the line number of the location and the characters in ASCII text. An alternate compare command is FC (see Fc). See file compare. comp red.txt green.txt /l /a