inline

listen to the pronunciation of inline
İngilizce - İngilizce
Alternative spelling of in-line
To optimize using in-line expansion
a production line of machinery for transporting a product through a series of automated machines or printing presses
{s} having the parts aligned; being an integral part of a successive sequence of operations or machines
An agenda entry may be stored inline or out of line Inline means that the entry's rich text object is stored in the same stream as the entry
Generally, this means to place something directly in the generated source code You can inline parameters and S-functions using the Real-Time Workshop
A characteristic of how an image is specified in an HTML page, which indicates that the image is to be downloaded and displayed in the Web page
Generally, this means to place something directly in the generated source code You can inline parameters and S-functions using Real-Time Workshop
To replace a function call with a copy of the function's code during compilation
a knot with only one incoming end and one outgoing end
also known as online
Cylinders in a single row, valve stems in a single row
A method of executing groups that does not push and pop the graphics state stack before and after it is executed
C++ keyword used to declare an inline function
As applied to images or sounds accompanying pages on the World Wide Web, ones that are automatically downloaded as part of the page rather than those shown only when you select their link
Keyword to preface a function declaration when the programmer intends the code replacing the function call to be inline The compiler parses this function, providing semantics equivalent to a non-inline version Compiler limits prevent complicated functions from being <inlined
inline skate
Alternative spelling of in-line skate
inline skates
plural form of inline skate
inline skate
Inline skates are a type of roller skate, used for inline skating. Unlike quad skates which have a configuration of 2 wheels in the front and 2 wheels in the back, inline skates have two, three, four or five wheels arranged in a single line. Some inline skates, especially those used for recreation, have a "stop" or "brake" which is used to slow down while skating; most inline skates have a heel stop rather than the toe stop, particularly indispensable for Inline Figure Skating
inline code
instructions in high-level language which are added in the middle of the source code in assembly language
inline engine
(Otomotiv) An engine in which the cylinders occur in a single row with the crankshaft running along the bottom
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