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English translation: index of the current (or latest) release

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German term or phrase:jeweils freigegebener Index
English translation:index of the current (or latest) release
Entered by: Dawn Montague
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19:45 May 18, 2001
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Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: jeweils freigegebener Index
In a list of devices needed for testing an electric motor: 1 Standard Identity Modul 29089 X (X = jeweils freigegebener Index)
Dawn Montague
Local time: 00:26
index of the current (or latest) release
Explanation:
Looks to me like the "index" here merely refers to the latest and greatest version of the module, and the X simply denotes the number or maybe letter of the current (latest) release (or version). If you know that X represents a number, you could possibly also say index number of the current release.

See if that fits into your context.
Hope it helps!

HTH
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Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 21:26
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naindex of the current (or latest) releaseUlrike Lieder
naat any time released index
Mats Wiman


  

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at any time released index


Explanation:
in each case released...


Mats Wiman
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3 hrs
index of the current (or latest) release


Explanation:
Looks to me like the "index" here merely refers to the latest and greatest version of the module, and the X simply denotes the number or maybe letter of the current (latest) release (or version). If you know that X represents a number, you could possibly also say index number of the current release.

See if that fits into your context.
Hope it helps!

HTH


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Ulrike Lieder
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Native speaker of: German
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