function table

function table

[′fəŋk·shən ‚tā·bəl]
(computer science)
Sets of computer information arranged so an entry in one set selects one or more entries in the other sets.
A computer device that converts multiple inputs into a single output or encodes a single input into multiple outputs.
(mathematics)
A table that lists the values of a function for various values of the variable.
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This will also assist you to fill in the function table, as you create your art instead of waiting until the end.
Input channel scan sequence, averaging option, raw/calibrated data choice and auto-zero option are determined by a built-in 1024 entry function table.
Hotels and stand-alone facilities generally use various function table sizes for various events.
The most prominent use of function tables is in food and beverage functions, namely buffets.
An interface is actually a pointer to a block of memory in which, like a C++ class, the first word is a pointer to a table of function addresses (called a virtual function table or v-table).
The storage needed for an interface object is two words: the pointer to the class object, optr, and the pointer to S_C_Interface<C>'s virtual function table.
They complete a function table, identify the ordered pairs, plot the ordered pairs on the coordinate grid, and find that all the points fall on the same straight line.
As they play, students build upon basic skills like multiplication, division and fractions, which later enable mastery of everything from proportions, number lines, and adding and subtracting integers, to order of operations, evaluating expressions, employing function tables, and solving complex equations.
At every fringe event, debate and function tables were groaning with food and booze - all donated by the sponsors, companies and organisations desperate to get in the Conservatives' good books.
Throughout these explorations, the students demonstrated that they could state rules for function tables and solve for one unknown variable using manipulatives.
As they compete, students build upon basic skills like multiplication, division, and fractions, which in later years will lead to mastery of everything from proportions, number lines, and adding and subtracting integers; to order of operations, evaluating expressions, employing function tables, and solving complex equations.
These optimizations automatically identify duplicate copies of templates, in-line functions, and virtual function tables, and remove them, resulting in up to a 30 percent reduction in application size.