from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A usually short communication transmitted by words, signals, or other means from one person, station, or group to another.
- n. The substance of such a communication; the point or points conveyed: gestured to a waiter, who got the message and brought the bill.
- n. A statement made or read before a gathering: a retiring coach's farewell message.
- n. A basic thesis or lesson; a moral: a play with a message.
- transitive v. To send a message to.
- transitive v. To send as a message: messaged the report by cable.
- intransitive v. To send a message; communicate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A communication, or what is communicated; any concept or information conveyed.
- n. An underlying theme or conclusion to be drawn from something.
- n. A text message
- n. An instant message
- n. An email
- v. To send a message to; to transmit a message to, e.g. as text via a cell phone.
- v. To send (something) as a message; usually refers to electronic messaging.
- v. To send a message or messages; to be capable of sending messages.
- v. To bear as a message.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any notice, word, or communication, written or verbal, sent from one person to another.
- n. Hence, specifically, an official communication, not made in person, but delivered by a messenger.
- n. A messenger.
- transitive v. To bear as a message.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To deliver in the manner of a messenger; announce.
- n. A communication transmitted; a notice sent; information or opinion or advice communicated through a messenger or other agency: as, a verbal or written message; a telegraphic message.
- n. In United States politics, an official communication of information, opinion, or advice from a chief executive to a legislative body, or a formal statement of matters requiring legislative consideration or action, sent by the hands of a messenger: as, the President's or governor's message; an annual or a special message (that is, the message regularly presented at the opening of an annual legislative session, or one relating to some special matter subsequently arising).
- n. A company of messengers; an embassy.
- n. A messenger.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. send a message to
- n. what a communication that is about something is about
- v. send as a message
- n. a communication (usually brief) that is written or spoken or signaled
- v. send a message
Do we really need an an automated message *after our own message* saying, “at the tone, please record your…blah blah blah”?
At a recent event, DLC leaders were asked about the Democratic message in 2006; they replied that the events and the economy will determine the outcome, therefore Dems needed no message at present.
EXEC @hr = sp_OACreate 'CDO. Message', @message OUT -- create the message object
* Add backtrace message for debugging function add_backtrace ($message) if ($this - > backtrace) $this - > backtrace_log  = utf8_htmlspecialchars ($message);
You then send a message to your customer using $message to confirm the action they requested and show them the current contents of the cart.
$_POST [ "from"]; $subject = $_POST [ "subject"]; $message = $_POST [ "message"]; To specify from whom the e-mail is coming, use the optional fourth parameter for the mail () function, headers.
What is the difference between $message and $$message?
Where as with $$message variable, the content of the $message will also be treated as variable and the content of that variable will be displayed.
$message = censor_text (trim ($message_parser - > message));
$message = "This is a multi-part message in MIME format. \n\n".