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Cold hard space was on the other side of those curved plates.
The non-breaking space is also known as a hard space or fixed space.
"This was hard space to show," said William Macklowe, who is known as Billy.
In such cases, word wrap can usually be blocked by using a hard space or non-breaking space between the words, instead of regular spaces.
In typesetting and text editors, the term hard space has several meanings, all related to a special way of representing the space between characters.
Its flagship product is Starcluster, a hard space opera science-fiction setting in a cluster of 117 systems after the Earth's sun had gone supernova.
Also, in some older text editors, the hard spaces were both non-expandable-i.e., no soft spaces could be added to them-and non-breaking ones.
The Risen Empire had never taken a Rix prisoner of war, unless a few frozen and decompressed bodies plucked from hard space were counted.
Have to agree with Chojinalpha - any of the modern hard space opera Brit author like Alastair Reynolds would be my recomendation.
In the Commodore directory system, a hard space usually terminated the spelling of a filename, and was replaced with a quotation mark when listed to the user.
She indicated with a careless gesture that Dal might curl himself up in the seatless hard space next to the gear levers where the luggage had been stacked.
"It's kind of a hard space to know what to do with," said James P. Stuckey, president of the Public Development Corporation, as he surveyed the room.
The result, of course, was that during the journey from Ganymede to Jupiter, the ship was crammed just as full as it could be with the very hardest space vacuum.
Protruding from the top of the hard space,age plastic was the black micarta grip of the huge fighting knife known as the COMTECH Crossada.
Hard spaces (contrasted with "soft spaces") may be defined by some word processors and operating systems as either a non-breaking space, a non-combining/non-expanding space, or some other special character.
"If it was Space he'd had to cross," Commodore Blakeslee said in a rasping voice, "cold, hard Space, Columbus would have been a shoemaker and glad to have the work."
In some word processors, interpuncts are used to denote not only hard space or space characters, but also sometimes used to indicate a space when put in paragraph format to show indentations and spaces.
In many term programs and game parsers, a hard space was a special kind of field delimiter, against which a filename could be examined or listed, or a semantic thought or consideration could be interpreted.
You also need to protect yourself and the cargo from raiders/pirates and even if you have a spiffy power like lightning, you can't use it in hard space without freezing solid - common tactic called being "spaced".
Everett F. Bleiler identified the novel as the paradigm of "the Campbell hard space opera," noting its "great quantity of fanciful and ingenious scientific extrapolations, fictional weaknesses, and polarized social simplistics that regard genocide with equanimity."
ENCYCLOPEDIA GALACTICA Limmar Ponyets was completely a-lather when the call reached his receiver--which proves that the old bromide about telemessages and the shower holds true even in the dark, hard space of the Galactic Periphery.