line number


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line number

[′līn ‚nəm·bər]
(computer science)
A number at the beginning or end of each line of a computer program that specifies its position in a sequence.

line number

(1) A specific line of programming language source code.

(2) On display screens, a specific row of text or row of dots.

(3) In communications, a specific communications channel.
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You go back to the airline counter to get your boarding pass, and now you're ready for line number six, to pay the P550 terminal fee.
The quickening pace of the phrase in line number 13 where she mentions about her teachers' wish to come in front, points to her unease in discussing the unpleasing event ; apparently she wants to expedite with this memory.
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Please refer to our map on page eight of today's paper and, if you can help, call the Poppy hot line number listed.
The project will operate through a special help line number, to be distributed to all new fathers in the area.
But the visual intrusion is minimal as the line number is alongside the footnote and the word is easy to locate as there is an unobtrusive line number alongside every tenth line in the book's poems.
They will also be able to order a new fixed line number, blocks of fixed line numbers, or international fixed line numbers, for EUR 9.
The Ucas clearing help line number is 0800 112 2211.