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  • n. Abbreviation of number.

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  • I prefer "nbr" to "num" since it is used as a common abbreviation in several European languages and the combination of similar shaped letters in "_num" are visually confusing.

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  • Defining Objects function Counter (num) {this. num = num | | 0 this. increment = function () {this. num++} this. decrement = function () {this. num --} this. add = function (otherNum) {this. num + = otherNum}} While this is simple, it is inefficient as the functions are defined every time a Counter object is created.

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  • Khánum is the affix to the Moghul or Tartar nobility, the men assuming a double designation e.g. Mirza Abdallah Beg.

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  • Her name was Rita Perry, her call num­ber was 202.

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  • We define 3 input controls, first two of wich have class = 'num' - so we can easily find them with jQuery and button is provided to refresh the panel

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  • I have stored value of number in variable called num

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  • Characters used to represent numbers are called num - ber-symbols.

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  • “The indi­ca­tors that served as bench­marks in the past, such as num­ber of vol­umes and num­ber of jour­nal sub­scrip­tions, are no longer suf­fi­cient because of the more expan­sive role that the con­tem­po­rary library has assumed” (Weiner, 2005).

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  • In addition, this clause defines an array named 'num' and assigns the appropriate member 'probefunc' (executed system call's function) the namber of times these particular functions have been called (count ()).

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  • Which means you could iterate over the array from 1 to 'num'.

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  • "'You won't want another drink?' Morse had asked of Lewis, as if the question were introduced by num, the Latin interrogative particle expecting the answer 'no'."
    - Colin Dexter, 'The Way Through The Woods'.

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