redundant code


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redundant code

[ri′dən·dənt ′kōd]
(communications)
A code which uses more signal elements than are needed to represent the information it transmits.
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Android, on the other hand, uses a lot of redundant code, outdated scheduling mechanism and has fragmentation issues.
Tom Loosemore, from the Alpha.gov.uk team, said: "Without the dynamic approach that ScraperWiki offers, we would have had to rely on writing lots of redundant code to scrape the websites and munch together the different datasets.
Other code improvements include redundant code reductions resulting in a small overall footprint and improved maintainability.
Its applications evolved around avoiding the generation of redundant code, by methods that would reuse available results.
"They guided us through the next steps of testing and switching compilers, enabling optimization options by the compiler and removing redundant code," Durrani said.
Since the majority of compilers generate code for each module independently of the others, it's fairly easy for redundant code to be compiled into the final object code.
Project after project can access this redundant code and can therefore get underway and out to users more quickly with less testing time and with fewer bugs that actually get to the shop floor or the PCB designer's desktop.
Encapsulation eliminates a great deal of the redundant code now found in today's systems and increases their consistency and reliability by having a given operation performed the same way each time.
The new technology, dubbed Omniscient Code Generation (OCG), overcomes problems in conventional compilers that can miss inconsistent calling conventions, variable declarations and redundant code because they compile each module independently and separately.
The new technology, called Omniscient Code Generation (OCG), overcomes problems in conventional compilers that can miss inconsistent calling conventions, variable declarations and redundant code because they compile each module independently and separately.
These areas are related with the initial recognising parameters necessary for the recognition of radio protocols, redundant codes and alphabets.
As the cost of refraining from entirely rebuilding program, the in situ modification causes the redundant codes existing in the main program.

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