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  • n. Plural form of subroutine.

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  • FIRST. 8 calls subroutines from your library; but you need the library files assembled before LAST. 8 is assembled.

    DOCUMENTATION: A86 Assembler Package by Eric Isaacson Chapter 13

  • Of course, you could set it with local (), but called subroutines would still see the new value.

    Planet Perl

  • On lines that call subroutines NYTProf now adds 'comments' giving the name of the actual subroutines called (resolving code refs to subroutine names, including the class that handled a method call).

    Planet Perl

  • Patrick: worked more on fixing lexicals in Parrot getting them to work the way we need them in Rakudo down to 16 failing core tests most of those have to do with relying on autoclosing called subroutines working on a design and implementation for that shouldn't take too long it's going cleaner than I thought, assuming I haven't made gross errors have worked on cleaning up exception handling from the PIR perspective trying to get us caught up to date on that published a lengthy note to the list last night describing how we should write exception handlers otherwise, responding to the Rakudo ticket queue either applying patches or describing why they won't work getting feedback to people submitting patches

    Planet Perl

  • In 'Why God Won't Go Away; Eugene D'Aquili and Andrew Newberg list a number of what they call' cognitive operators ', kind of subroutines in the brain that process sensory data to produce the sense and understanding that constitute being alive and awake.

    WN.com - Articles related to The Starbucks on Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Lafayette experience

  • 'cognitive operators', kind of subroutines in the brain that process sensory data to produce the sense and understanding that constitute being alive and awake.

    WN.com - Articles related to The Starbucks on Ambassador Caffery Parkway, Lafayette experience

  • I got a long way by using the same subroutines/flowcharts in many differrent programs.

    Wolfram Blog : The R&D Pipeline for Mathematica

  • Cognitive scientists now suspect our tendency toward dualism to be an artifact of the way our minds process information -- with separate hardwired subroutines for processing information about sentient persons and about physical objects including bodies.

    Valerie Tarico: Should Freethinkers Shun Or Claim The Language Of Spirituality?

  • I asked while my subroutines scoured her dictionary for any hint of what she might like.

    Mandala « A Fly in Amber

  • The high density of multiple patterns holds our attention and elicits our response — especially through patterns of biological importance, like those surrounding character and event, which arouse attention and emotion and feed powerful, dedicated, evolved information-processing subroutines in the mind.

    Philosophy and Literature

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