block structure

block structure

[′bläk ‚strək·chər]
(computer science)
In computer programming, a conceptual tool used to group sequences of statements into single compound statements and to allow the programmer explicit control over the scope of the program variables.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Dero is the first crypto project to combine a Proof of Work blockchain with a DAG block structure and wholly anonymous transactions.
The hollow block structure surrounds each individual cell with a direct coolant channel and incorporates other critical functions such as the cell interconnectors and fire protection'
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The store is a block structure with 2 fuel pumps, lottery sales, beer/wine license and a walk-in cooler,” said Tony Wilson, Nicholls Auction Marketing Group Coordinator.
The calculation of structure spaces S(M) in the concordance stable range in terms of algebraic L-theory and K-theory is in agreement with the surgery theoretic calculation of block structure spaces.
The Zora Gas Field, which spans the territorial waters of Sharjah and Ajman, comprises a tilted fault block structure with a closure of some 25 km2.
The plan also would move a concrete block structure with stone facade that once served as the AgriPac cannery office on the east edge of downtown.
Therefore, we investigated etching characteristics of the glass for the block structure, which provides a long light traveling path.
in [4] brilliantly exploited the block structure of the web for computing PageRank.