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  • noun an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality; an appraiser.

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  • noun Agent noun of evaluate; one who evaluates.

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  • noun an authority who is able to estimate worth or quality

Etymologies

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evaluate +‎ -or

Examples

  • Hands down the most expensive operation the expression evaluator does is evaluate a function.

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  • DebuggerDisplay attributes are evaluated not by the language in which they were defined but by the expression evaluator of the language in which they are being used.

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  • Don't evaluate expressions that throw exceptions Earlier I mentioned that the most expensive action an expression evaluator performs is evaluating a function.

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  • The ",nq" suffix here just asks the expression evaluator to remove the quotes when displaying the final value nq = no quotes.

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  • Each one can be customized using a string which can contain constant text or expressions to be be evaluated by the expression evaluator.

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  • The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995).

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  • The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995).

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  • The program coordinator, with the assistance of a program evaluator from the ministry of education, conducted a program evaluation using a self-study which involved analysis of student evaluations and comparison with national standards as well as findings from a series of focus groups which involved representatives from the groups served by the program (Easton & Oberg, 1993; Oberg & Easton, 1995).

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  • Analogously to the expression evaluator and the script evaluator, a

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  • The call evaluator, former constable Dale Moore, did not call back or send police to the house.

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