calling routine

calling routine

[′kȯl·iŋ rü‚tēn]
(computer science)
A subroutine that initiates a call to another subroutine.

calling routine

In programming, a program subroutine that initiates a call to another program routine.
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These tests are designed to show performance of the user-specified level 3 library for problem sizes that often are likely to be requested by a calling routine. For example, LAPACK implements blocked algorithms which are based on calls (with varying problem configurations, e.g., size and operation) to the level 3 BLAS [Anderson et al.
By calling routines from existing applications, the solution simplifies the process of creating new business logic and provides a browser-free rich Internet client.
Trellis proviaes two mechanisms for calling routines written in languages other than Trellis.