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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You can tell if they do or don't like your calling routine and when they don't .
Being flexible and proficient with a full arsenal of calling routines from hail calls all the way down to feeding chuckles is a hunter's best bet for being effective at calling ducks.
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.
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.
End users can keep their normal calling routines because the script is smart enough to route calls to Business Talk when it is cost effective to do so.