line of code

line of code

[′līn əv ′kōd]
(computer science)
A single statement in a programming language.
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Automating the communication with smart field devices such as temperature controllers, inverters and motion controllers, Smart Active Parts can be used to configure, commission, operate and maintain these devices without the need to write a single line of code, dramatically reducing development time and debugging time.
It makes service orchestration and composite applications a reality, without having to write a single line of code.
Using these wizards, code to transmit a message and receive a message can be generated in minutes without a single line of code having to be manually written.
Soffront CRM allows a user to add fields on the fly, modify the views of each object, add new database tables, link to other parts of the system and create workflows -- all without writing a single line of code," explained Manu Das, Soffront's president and founder.
Freeway 4 gives designers the ability to quickly create elegant standards-compliant sites using CSS styling and layout -- without having to write a single line of code.
Line-of-code isolation - allows users to view method-level details of performance and memory issues as well as the exact line of code that is causing the problem;
Each violation is accompanied by a complete description and is linked to a specific line of code to simplify its correction.
Its Mobile AppBuilder generates enterprise mobile data and wireless applications without writing a single line of code.
We have achieved integration with third-party applications without writing one line of code.