operation number

operation number

[‚äp·ə′rā·shən ‚nəm·bər]
(computer science)
Number designating the position of an operation, or its equivalent subroutine, in the sequence of operations composing a routine.
Number identifying each step in a program stated in symbolic code.
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Summary: New Delhi [India], Aug 13 (ANI): Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Indian Railways on Tuesday informed about a special drive it conducted last week with a code name - Operation Number Plate - to identify and verify all vehicles parked in Railway premises.
"As a direct result of this operation number of victims will now receive outstanding compensation."
After operation number one, Teighlor was in intensive care for just a few days when doctors realised a blood clot had formed around the valve.
The procedure in setting up a typical ADC system is to first determine what job information needs to be collected, such as employee number, job number, operation number, material, etc.
At the height of their deployment, soldiers from this operation numbered around 10,000 although there are currently 7,000 on security duty across France.
HEALTH SECRETARY Andrew Lansley (pictured) has banned PCTs from cutting costs by enforcing minimum waiting times and capping the operation numbers for procedures such as cataracts surgery--which some PCTs have reportedly been using as a way to save money.
During the operation numbers of terrorist hideouts were destroyed and heavy causalities were inflicted on the terrorists.

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