global variable

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global variable

[¦glō·bəl ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(computer science)
A variable which can be accessed (used or changed) throughout a computer program and is not confined to a single block.

global variable

In programming, a variable that can be used by all modules and functions in the program. The common practice is to keep global variables to a minimum, because they can be manipulated by any routine in the program at any time. Contrast with local variable.
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The update for this model will represent the repartition of the market risk indicators to the global variables, through this we want to correlate the dependence of this two variables class which can create uncertainties.
The report discusses the outlook for the emirate in general and real estate sector in particular, and stresses its dependence on a number of regional and global variables.
Adding international experts in the development of systems suitable for dealing with global variables amid the escalation of extremism and terrorism will address the forum.
This experimental set up, measuring local and global variables, will give new insight to two other interesting phenomena that are present in the critical regions : the finite size effects (such as dimensional crossover and time dependent critical Casimir effect) and the relaxation towards equilibrium after a quench at the critical point.
The white paper concludes, "SynthOS increased the user space by a factor of six and also supported more tasks and more global variables, allowing much more complexity for the applications.
The fast dynamics of economic globalisation and the rapid changes of financial markets impose a lot of challenges on the local financial market due to the vulnerability of any financial market to be affected by the global variables.
The policy aims to enhance the bank's financial position by managing developments in market conditions, work environment, local and global variables and maintain a stable growth rate," he said, reiterating that KFH is working on a comprehensive vision to ensure it maintains the leading position in Islamic banking worldwide.
He added that Saudi Arabia has an attractive investment environment, vital enough to quickly adapt to global variables, which is consistent with the AIM approach.
Wagdi Mirghani told SUNA, that the Ministry of Trade has responded to the global variables in sesame prices by amending prices for exporters to allow the flow and continue the country's exports of oilseeds to foreign markets, pointing out that there are understanding and coordination between the Chamber and the Ministry of Trade in fixing global pricing indicators of Sudanese exports and praising the full cooperation of the Ministry of Trade with the chamber in this connection.

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