- n. geography A subdivision of a mountain range
- n. mathematics, programming A subset of a given range or numeric set
- sub- + range (Wiktionary)
“And that's also interesting: it's a subrange of the Himalayas, the highest mountain range in the world.”
“· Subrange/stdin: Commands now support reading an image from stdin in conjunction with a subrange specification (e.g. "- ").”
“Observe, however, that if we wanted the member type to be other than a subrange type, we could create a mapping, with a hash table, for example, that assigned these to unique integers in a subrange.”
“Tipe data lain Subrange Tipe data subrange merupakan tipe data bilangan yang mempunyai jangkauan nilai tertentu sesuai dengan yang ditetapkan programmer.”
“Berikut ini contoh deklarasi tipe data subrange dalam Delphi.”
“In Pascal the index set may be an enumerated type, such as (north, east, south, west), or a subrange type, such as 1..10.”
“Many languages allow only subrange types (finite sets of consecutive integers) as index types.”
“Crew members hiked 55 miles in four days and climbed four mountain peaks to traverse the Great Balsam Mountains, which are a subrange of the Blue Ridge Mountains.”
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