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event handler

A software routine that provides the processing for various events such as mouse movement, a mouse click, a keystroke or a spoken word. See event, event driven and event management system.
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Nokia's Mass Event Handler will ensure network performance is not adversely affected because of heavy traffic during Zeyara.
This gets you an event handler macro that will run every time any pivot table on the sheet is updated.
Event Handler: The Event Handler translates the event to a command and then performs the corresponding action.
Notice that an event can trigger zero, one or more event handlers, and that an event handler can change zero, one, or more properties.
During normal operation, a system frequently reaches states in its execution where an event handler could be invoked with minimal overhead.
For the event handler, your programming in the Block editor will look like the example inset below.
The protocol writer can choose to have event handler invocations be implemented by procedure calls rather than threads even in the case when the event is raised asynchronously.
The Reactor pattern manages a single-threaded event loop that performs event demultiplexing and event handler dispatching in response to events from multiple sources.
While you can't use the macro recorder to solve this problem, you'll be typing a tiny bit of VBA code to create something called an Event Handler.
When an enabled event occurs, a global Tcl procedure called an event handler is called with the value of the event.
The bundle includes C server pages, Lua server pages (built on the very compact, very fast Lua scripting language), event handler, secure network file system, secure sockets library, and SOAP, AJAX, JSON, and XML web services.
Among these, the company deployed its Mass Event Handler and Voice Call Priorization features for TIM Brasil s network.