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callee

(programming)
The function or subroutine being called by the caller.
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The first one means that the callee can send data flow on relay path (1234) with next hop address (192.
HEAVEN | |SENT: Callee Mawdsley's picture of her dad riding towards the pearly gates
callee, caller, hierarchical test structures), some other test information need to be injected manually (i.
If multiple calls are initiated by an individual within a short time period, the order in which the calls are initiated might also indicate a relative importance of the callees to the caller.
But some authors (9) have argued that things are more complicated than this, as the callee can be subject to two types of error:
This manager component is commissioned to check any request for a supplementary service of the caller or the callee with respect to their usability and applicability.
I'd say he's a little creatively wimpy," he says into the phone, as he pads around the room, his assistant Sam attentively waiting for the next signal ("OK, later man") to dial up the next callee.
An easy-to-use interface that displays large, clear images of both caller and callee on both users' PCs
Granted, the government might be able to learn something about the content of an e-mail from the subject line, but the government could also guess at the content of a telephone call from knowing the locations of the caller and the callee.
The callee must "save and replay" costing time and causing hypertension.
Such checks can be used to protect both caller and callee and provide precise control over how object references can be propagated between protection domains, making it possible to prevent the leaking of capabilities [von Eicken et al.