dynamic subroutine

dynamic subroutine

[dī¦nam·ik ′səb·rü‚tēn]
(computer science)
Subroutine that involves parameters, such as decimal point position or item size, from which a relatively coded subroutine is derived by the computer itself.
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This information maps each memory location of the VM to a type at each program point, identifies the instructions that make up subroutines, indicates the variables over which subroutines are polymorphic, and gives static approximations to the dynamic subroutine call stack.
They also ensure that the dynamic subroutine call stack is consistent with the static approximation of the subroutine call stack.
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