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hot link

[¦hät ′liŋk]
(computer science)
A linking of information in two documents so that modification of the information in the source document results in the same change in the destination document.

hot link

A predefined connection between programs so that when information in one database or file is changed, related information in other databases and files is also updated. See hypertext, compound document and OLE.
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Hot links allow the user to create files for use with a word processor from within IZE.
The line includes three products: Original Fresh Smoked Polish Sausage, Smoked Spicy Cheddar Sausage and Smoked Sausage Hot Links. All are in 12-ounce packages and will be priced competitive with other national smoked sausage brands.--Richard Turcsik
Beginning with a splash screen that has Prudential Insurance as the presenting sponsor, to placement of hot linked "outfield wall ads", MLB.com is tapping into monetizing At Bat beyond the cost of the applications and MLB.TV subscription.
Editorial page editors want syndicated columns to be shorter, they wish there were a greater variety of topics being tackled by columnists each week, and they would appreciate columns that came with hot links to original source material.
Other features of the electronic edition include search, gallery of all pictures and ads, hot links, rating articles and many Web 2.0 features.
An appendix on cd-rom features hundreds of hot links to artist resources, while interviews offer new artists practical perspectives on how to make a living with art.
Digital delivery technology enables readers to click on hot links to every Web site mentioned on editorial pages and in advertisements and to listen to audio and to view video.
About 20 of us strolled into the dining establishment to order up some crab legs and hot links. The staff was most definitely trippin' on the large gangsta rap presence, struggling to hide their uneasiness, yet still attempting to carry out their duties.
It is highly interactive, with flash animation and hot links to examples, additional discussions, pop-up definitions of technical terms and an education research glossary.
The 10th edition of "the yellow pages on the world of transplantation" has been completely updated and is available in print and on CD-ROM (which has hot links to every e-mail and Web site address in the directory).
A companion to the author's Hot Links, this offers annotated lists by subject of over 300 fiction and nonfiction titles that support the middle school curriculum, grades 5-9.