Denoting a version of a piece of software having all the functionality intended for the final version but requiring some improvements and fixes before release.‘a feature-complete Beta 3 of Windows 2000 is due later this quarter’
- ‘My only caveat to this is that although Webmin is well organized and feature-complete, it is not for absolute beginners.’
- ‘Almost all of their apps are pretty much feature complete.’
- ‘It's fairly feature-complete, so if you want to limit what your users can do, you have to turn the menu and toolbars off completely.’
- ‘But that's the nature of beta releases; they're rarely feature-complete.’
- ‘Although not feature-complete, it is commendably stable and particularly impressive in terms of the time it takes to start from cold - no time at all, in fact.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.