conversion routine

conversion routine

[kən′vər·zhən rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A flexible, self-contained, and generalized program used for data conversion, which only requires specifications about very few facts in order to be used by a programmer.
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To achieve Level 2 compliance, the software also "must provide a comprehensive base currency conversion routine that produces accurate conversion of all moneys amounts held in the financial ledgers, allows for rounding adjustments to be posted to a separate account, and shows a full audit trail of the conversion.
The conversion routine can be downloaded via the Technical Support page of the Imagenation web site (www.
If complex conversion/transformation is needed, then special conversion routines need to be developed.
Enhanced Hot Folder and Scheduling - Performs automated batch processing from "watched" folders (mailbox, local or network folders), enabling the application to flexibly schedule document conversion routines and initiate the processes with pre-defined intervals (every minute, day, week or month).
In addition, Engle-Granger and Johansen cointegration tests and vector error correction (VEC) model conversion routines have been added to the Econometrics Toolbox, giving economists, traders and risk analysts further time-series modelling and testing capabilities.
Both tools will apply conversion routines when final accounts are imported from an alternative source document, for example, accounts produced in Word or Excel.
The ideal integration platform will enable a service provider (or their customer) to only make slight modifications to data conversion routines through an easy to understand graphical user interface (GUI).
Its mandates are to make it easy and straightforward to export and import data on the Internet--easy to create conversion routines from an existing database, easy to append and identify each required element and easy to transmit and share them across the Web with trading partners.
Equally important for interacting with the laboratory is development of file format and conversion routines so that data from one analytical instrument can be merged and used on other instrument/computer systems.
In addition, Engle-Granger and Johansen cointegration tests and vector error correction (VEC) model conversion routines have been added to Econometrics Toolbox, giving economists, traders, and risk analysts additional time-series modeling and testing capabilities.
Additional time/date conversion routines are also included to provide a complete list of date patterns that can exist on a remote directory.
We rely on SAS technology as we develop customized conversion routines for each Octagon client.