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  • n. Plural form of callee.


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  • I suspect the impatience that goes with youth would skew the set of respondents away from the set of callees in a conservative direction.

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  • Yet the fact is that young people, accustomed to cell phones, never use or listen to voice mail; they just look at the numbers in their missed calls and trust that their callees will do the same.

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  • Most callees hang up early on in the call and are therefore left with the impression that they are being harrassed by Democrats.

    Dirty Republican Robocalls

  • When I click on Hillary's, I get a message indicating that "no callees are available".

    The (Mostly) New

  • I've tried to concentrate on a newspaper on a train while the woman in front of me reassured a succession of callees that she was on her way back to their apparently anxious arms.


  • With it, you can: your solution or projects to see just opened files, unsaved files, and so on related information about classes and members (such as references or callers/callees for C#) images by hovering over them, or preview rich information by hovering over code items

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  • There are some blue boxes showing callers and callees (I'll cover this more later).

    MSDN Blogs

  • Why function callees sum up with more than 100% in Caller/Callee view?

    MSDN Blogs

  • When you mouse-over the grey text it turns black and you can click on embedded links to take you to the callers or callees.

    Planet Perl

  • I got excited enough to start cutting code for it ... continuations - Fortress has challenges with work-stealing deadlocks that arise between callers and callees in the same thread.

    Planet Sun


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