Package

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Package may refer to:

  • Packaging and labeling, the science, art, and technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use
  • Package testing, the measurement of a characteristic or property involved with packaging, including packaging materials, packaging components, primary packages, shipping containers, unit loads, and associated processes
  • Mail item larger than a letter
  • Chip package or chip carrier, in electronics, the material added around a component or integrated circuit to allow it to be handled without damage and incorporated into a circuit
  • Electronic packaging, an area of study in electrical engineering regarding the enclosures and protective feature of an electronic device
  • Automotive package, in automobile production and marketing, a group of related features sold as a bundle
  • Package holiday, in tourism, a holiday or package tour which consists of transport and accommodation advertised and sold together by a vendor
  • Term often used for burying a dead body (often illegally)

Computing[edit]

  • A package or module, a software component for accomplishing a particular thing
  • Package (package management system), a file used by a package management system to install an application or library
  • Package (OS X), a directory hierarchy normally treated as a single object in the Finder in OS X
  • Package (UML) in the context of UML, which is used to groups elements

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