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- n. Abbreviation of initialisation.
- v. Abbreviation of initialize.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin initio, in the beginning.
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The dataengine will only load your plugin and thus call init () if the asked for comic strip has not been cached.comic. requestPage (url, id, metadata)
I am worried > that if this is happening in the session scope it is also happening with > other cfc's in the application scope, such as when I call their init > functions within a request - is it possible that it will alter the data for > other requests if they are accessing the cfc at the same time?
The name init () is just a convention; other programmers might choose different names for an initialization function or they might forget to call that function.
Since its contents must be set in order for createChildren to work, it is necessary for the Mediator to call the init method before adding URLView to the display list.
In C++03, the common workaround is to define a private member function called init ().
This constructor first calls init () and then sets the label text.
The directory will include one file called init (Dir, MaxBytes, MaxFiles, Pred) - > Args
After Plasma has constructed and initialised the applet, Plasma will call the init method on the applet to let it continue setting itself up.
They are also stored by the init process and can be retrieved by calling init: get_plain_arguments / 0.
Unless otherwise specified, all other flags are user flags, for which the values can be retrieved by calling init: get_argument / 1.
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