key value

key value

[′kē ′val·yü]
(computer science)
The actual characters contained in a key.
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The listings are localized for currency and language in their respective countries, which is a key value proposition of Reebonz.
A key value that has affected my journey is the belief that members of the disability community have the right to live, work, play and prosper in our Maryland neighborhoods alongside their non-disabled peers.
According to the company, the updated modeling guidance for the first quarter of 2019 is a result of near-term trends and discrete headwinds in some of its key value chains in the agriculture, materials science as well as specialty products divisions.
Syncsort, the global provider of Big Iron to Big Data software, has announced that Kristian Talvitie has been appointed Chief Financial Officer (CFO) to build on its strong momentum and accelerate key value creation initiatives as part of the company's ongoing transformation, the company said.
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We focus on the identification and definition of the appropriate basis of value and on the explanation of the double-edged influence of the discount rate, one of the key value drivers which is frequently in question in minority shareholders' complaints.
Weak infrastructure and transport links - especially weak corridors connecting key value chains to main international gateways - as well as high transport costs, poor quality of transport, and logistics services, are constraining trade potential.
With the integration of five business value creators: regulatory, reimbursement, clinical research, healthcare compliance, and quality assurance, it has an integrated approach to these key value creating initiatives, as well as orthopaedic specialisation.
New approach to storage with proprietary Key Value SSD technology
The INSERT rule indicates what will happen if you attempt to insert a value into a foreign key column without a corresponding primary key value in the parent table.
"In today's increasingly complex healthcare market, a successful asset must meet key value objectives and evidence needs for a variety of stakeholders, including patients, providers, regulators and payers," said Rick Sax, M.D., senior vice president, Quintiles Advisory Services.