declarative statement

declarative statement

[di¦klar·əd·iv ′stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
Any program statement describing the data which will be used or identifying the memory locations which will be required. Also known as declaration.
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This, I now understand, is a simple declarative statement about the way muscles and tendons and nerves (oh, my
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With a little plagiarism, this succinct declarative statement, with two possessive pronouns, is at least a start at identifying the essence of Dr.
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A scientific hypothesis is a declarative statement within the realm of nature in the broadest sense of this term.
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They discuss other issues--any other issues--and duck any declarative statement on uranium enrichment in formal diplomatic settings.
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This category was coded as present when presidents used freedom in a declarative statement of national character or beliefs.
She sees herself as such a construction, as a declarative statement hidden inside a question.