main routine

main routine

[′mān rü′tēn]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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House helpers' main routine is washing clothes and when there are children, they charge more because of laundry services,' she said.
The showdance started with Stacey and Kevin were seated in separate dressing rooms before bursting through the doors and kick-starting their main routine.
The episode saw Roberts drop four points for her main routine after a perfect score of 40 last weekend.
The main routine work was to keep decent medical records, good record of drugs stocked, maintain a good financial account and practice with up to date knowledge and ethically as a good trusted doctor so that your patients will want to return to you again whenever they have a medical problem.
The actual data transmission is handled in the main routine because it is a time-consuming task and therefore it is not desirable to execute it in the interrupt handlers.
The repeated cycle forms the main routine of the agent and it can be represented as a GoalNet as shown in Figure 4.
The main routine of the monks was praying and meditation, supplemented by reading of the Bible.
After initialization, the microcontroller will execute main routine instructions, such as reading buttons, displaying values (frequency, voltages, currents, etc.) on a graphic display, establishing RS232 communication with a personal computer.
On most clement Sunday mornings my main routine is finding a park bench to scan the Sunday papers, an exercise undertaken before heading to a friendly hostelry.
The main routine involves three main exercises - brain buttons, cross crawl and hook ups.
In Section 3 we provide an algorithmic description of the main routine in PREQN.
The main routine makes use of the mutually recursive procedures TreatInsert and DoReduce in Figure 3, which investigate the reductions and subsequent shift that can be performed on a configuration resulting from an insert.