calling sequence

calling sequence

[′kȯl·iŋ ‚sē·kwəns]
(computer science)
A specific set of instructions to set up and call a given subroutine, make available the data required by it, and tell the computer where to return after the subroutine is executed.
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Pay attention to what happens every time you engage in a blind calling sequence, as well as those times when you call to a deer you can see.
It allows conversations and text messages to be monitored and copied after the virus breaks into the calling sequence, said Zou Shihong, a security expert with NetQin Mobile Inc.
Also, if you notice the birds flaring when you start a calling sequence, quit.
The container shipping network design problem (CSNDP) involves selecting a group of calling ports from a set of candidate ports and determining the calling sequence.
No matter how advanced the application, the calling sequence remains transparent to users.
Multi-language prompting walks the caller the through the calling sequence in any one of five selected languages including Japanese, English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.
I had just finished a calling sequence when I caught a flicker of an ear off in the distance.
Many hunters limit their calling to areas where they run into fresh elk sign, and these places are most assuredly worthy of a well-orchestrated calling sequence, but I have had just as much success "cold calling.
Begin going through a calling sequence as soon as it gets light enough to see.
The best time to hit a duck or goose with a calling sequence is when the bird or birds are at a bit of a distance, but approaching.
While other SystemC design environments require time-consuming manual code instrumentation, Vista's TSV automatically captures the interface method calling sequence and presents the communication protocol transactions in an intuitive tabular format.