member function

member function

A method in C++.
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especificacionClase = 'id NUMBER(7), nombre VARCHAR(20), edad NUMBER(10), MEMBER FUNCTION numerold RETURN NUMBER'
The fuzzy rules act on reference current (with seven member functions for 50-70 Amps) and angular position (with seven member function for 40-75 Degrees) as inputs and compensating current (with seven member functions for +10 to -10 Amps) as output as shown in Figure 2.
As for the charts shown in the software, Oscilloscope (for Sensors and Set points), Control Signal, Feedback Error (P, I, and D), and Member Function Setting charts are available for Channel 1 and 2.
Amplification, Offset, PID Gains and Member Function Settings can be modified by the user, as well as signal inversion and the selection of the integration mode.
In addition, other member function classes of SetpointTemp and RoomTemp are self explaining and derived from the BACnetAnalogValue and BACnetAnalogInput types, respectively.
User operations on a sheet, such as inserting a formula and setting a cell value, are mapped into sequences of member function calls of the underlying Ice object.
The member function Member is useful for allocating temporary vectors used to store intermediate stages of a computation.
When calling a signature member function through a signature pointer, the appropriate class member function will be invoked.
Often, a member function of a class in turn invokes other member functions, resulting in the so-called invocation chain of member functions [18].
The public member function reference increments the object's reference count; it must be called each time a pointer to an object is stored.
Communication between objects can be done using C++ member function calls or FIFO's, and the need to use internal SystemC ports and port mapping for object hierarchy has been removed.
Multiple inheritance can also result in a member function with a given signature being inherited from more than one base class.

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