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  • n. Plural form of thunk.


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  • The functions without parameters are called thunks

    Planet Identity

  • The functions without parameters are called thunks and their purpose is to delay the evaluation of the code in argument positions, circumventing standard applicative order evaluation.

    Planet Identity

  • I have seen some of the sheet type that say "Happy Birthday," however I am willing to bet that "thunks" was added after the fact.

    How Do You Spell Success?

  • I've heard quieter "thunks" at a Monster Truck rally.

    Blazer's Edge

  • I read the writing on the "thunks" cake as "Drunks" =) T and h get into Dr quite well =)))

    How Do You Spell Success?

  • And then the press thunks its collective head when Americans view news organizations as biased?

    Ugly politics: How low can we go?

  •  He started turning the dial absently with meaty thunks.

    The Nielsens (part two)

  • (Soundbite of thunks) Ms. BARROW: The music of the jars.

    Overloaded From Your Garden? Just Can It

  • I listened, but nothing came through the distant shouts of vampires and thunks of swords through rotted flesh.

    Bring On the Night

  • The mug tower wavered and then toppled with a rousing chorus of thunks and thuds.

    Much Ado About Marriage


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