Rebus brain teasers use words or letters in interesting orientations to represent common phrases.
What Is Represented Below?
HintThink :\ in relation to computers
Four Wheel Drive
In computing (DOS) :\ denotes a Drive as in C:\ = C Drive.
Mar 09, 2003
|what's a catherinewheel?|
Mar 20, 2003
|A firework that forms a rotating wheel of colored flames. Also called catherine wheel|
Apr 12, 2003
|A Catherine Wheel is also a medieval device used for torture.|
Aug 31, 2005
|uhhhhh why is there 5 WHEELS|
cartWHEEL, waterWHEEL, spinningWHEEL, catherineWHEEL, :/
Sep 01, 2005
|Where is the 5th Wheel? |
I don't get what you are trying to say?
Dec 16, 2007
|You don't get what he's driving at? I'm a MAC person and I still got it. (None of this C:\ drive business - just click the icon). Good teaser BTW.|
Jul 14, 2008
|creative, you were|
(thinking outside the box)
Jun 17, 2014
|Technically, the "L:\" syntax, where "L" is the drive letter, represents the root folder of that drive. So, for example, "C:" (without the backslash character) represents the "C drive".|
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