code extension

code extension

[′kōd ik‚sten·chən]
(computer science)
A method of increasing the number of characters that can be represented by a code by combining characters into groups.
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servers), or due to the use of a domain name with a particular country code extension.
Vendor Company Code extension (all vendors except OTV)
The author also highlights Python's cross-platform capabilities, showing how to code extension modules in C and Java.
We have used alternatively Intel Cilk Plus and OpenMP since they use very similar code extensions. Each of the parallel programming frameworks has their own internal implementation and it is expected different fit to problem we are solving.
It is important to note that their prototype implementation is limited to nonobfuscated code extensions. This means features cannot be extracted from the extensions with code obfuscation.
As elegant and customized WordPress code extensions were neglected, the site went down.
“For the average consumer, however, 25 new extensions may sound like a staggering number, especially when you consider so many consumers are only familiar with .com, .net, .org and a handful of country code extensions like .de and .co.za.”
It has announced an open platform competition to find the most original code extensions from the customer community.
The Internet domain of the Tokelau Islands has reportedly grown bigger than country code extensions such as .fr for France and .it for Italy.
Third is the notion that absolutely all of the functionality delivered by the solution must be derived from the application itself, and that absolutely all of the system definition in the form of static data, business rules and even code extensions, if any, must be stored in the database as configuration data.
* Not all e-mail addresses outside the United States have country code extensions. It all depends on the person's email provider.
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