What is a Slot?


A slit or other narrow opening, especially one for receiving something, as a coin or a piece of paper. Also, a position or assignment in a sequence or series. Sports A space in front of the goal between the face-off circles on an ice hockey rink.

An area in a video game that can be filled with stacked symbols that increase your chances of winning. A slot is often a bonus game, but it can be a part of a regular game as well. There are some players who consider slot to be the best way to earn a big jackpot.

In the RiverWare policy language, a periodic slot can be configured to either Lookup or Interpolate. If the slot is configured to Lookup, the row only shows a subset of the data. For example, if the slot has a 1 Month interval, only the month and day information will be displayed in the row. If the slot is configured to Interpolate, the row contains the actual values for a particular timestep. This can be used to determine a value for the interval and to display the values in an SCT.

Some types of slots, such as expression slots and Series Slots with Periodic Input, do not appear on the Slot Viewer. These slots have a special icon/button in the column header and can be opened in their own Dialogs to access additional configuration options. To open a Dialog, highlight a row in the Slot Viewer and click the icon/button.

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