control statement

control statement

[kən′trōl ‚stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
A statement in a computer program that controls program execution, such as a GOTO statement, conditional jump, or a loop.
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Country-specific localizations, expanding support for tax calculation and reporting requirements in more than 100 countries, including support for Czech Republic VAT Control Statement and Slovak Republic VAT Ledger Statement, which will allow global companies to meet the tax requirements of the countries they operate in.
The study measured responses to all the test messages against a control statement of classic marketing messages on the importance of owning life insurance (replacing lost income, covering final expenses, paying for children's education, etc.
Reporters swarmed all around him after that, and after giving that "it is beyond my control statement," proceeded to talk further on the condition that everything was kept off the record from there.
Enhanced processing of fields in equally-keyed records including MIN, MAX, and AVG functions available on the new DUPKEYS control statement.
Every statement that is not a control statement (see CONTROL) causes this count to be incremented by 1.
For example, a flow control statement is used to prevent multiple segments from being executed simultaneously.
Wider 30-nautical mile exclusion zones can be activated at short notice, an air traffic control statement said.
These include the commercial invoice, which must include the Destination Control Statement, and any other requirement of the receiving country, such as certificates of origin and insurance documents.
A destination control statement is often recommended: "These commodities, technology or software were exported from the United States in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations.
Participants read the control statement on the first screen and pressed the space bar when they understood the statement.
It is also essential that you include a destination control statement indicating the ultimate country of sale on your commercial invoice.