calling sequence

calling sequence

[′kȯl·iŋ ‚sē·kwəns]
(computer science)
A specific set of instructions to set up and call a given subroutine, make available the data required by it, and tell the computer where to return after the subroutine is executed.
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Calmly and softly, I'll start my calling sequence, trying my best to imitate a hen moving around and feeding.
Make sure you have an arrow nocked, and be ready to shoot immediately following a calling sequence, because a buck can come in fast.
It allows conversations and text messages to be monitored and copied after the virus breaks into the calling sequence, said Zou Shihong, a security expert with NetQin Mobile Inc.
Also, if you notice the birds flaring when you start a calling sequence, quit.
The container shipping network design problem (CSNDP) involves selecting a group of calling ports from a set of candidate ports and determining the calling sequence. The objective is to make optimal decisions regarding the following issues: voyage itinerary, the scale of ship assets and containers to be deployed, allocating ship-slots at each calling port in a specified sequence, container quantities loaded at each route and maximizing ship-slot profits in a round-trip operation.
By tracing this information among participating web services it is possible to generate the complete calling sequence of the web service.
The most common error here is for the submission to contain an improper calling sequence. For example, if the calling sequence of the submitted fcn is fcn(n, x, y), ADIFOR generates an error because it is assuming that the dependent variables are f, and there is no reference to f in this calling sequence.
No matter how advanced the application, the calling sequence remains transparent to users.
Each element has a calling sequence which identifies other elements directly referenced.
On my second calling sequence, a bull caught me off guard when he sneaked in silently.
Regardless of what type of calling you're attempting, have your bow in hand if possible or, if not, grab your bow immediately after finishing your calling sequence. Just this past year I was in a natural ground blind on public land here in Minnesota, and I missed a slam-dunk opportunity at a good buck because I didn't heed this advice.