repetitive statement

repetitive statement

[ri′ped·əd·iv ′stāt·mənt]
(computer science)
A statement in a computer program that is repeatedly executed for a specified number of times or for as long as a specified condition holds true.
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I know it's a repetitive statement but that old adage of 'spending a penny on the plant and a pound on the hole' is filled with wisdom!
"It's also confusing to hear the repetitive statements of President Duterte and [Presidential Spokesman Salvador] Panelo that the term-sharing agreement was a mere recommendation and congressmen may not follow it," the veteran lawmaker said.
"It's also confusing to hear the repetitive statements of President Duterte and presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo that the term-sharing agreement was a mere recommendation and congressmen may not follow it," he added.
Such repetitive statements weaken the whole system," said Singh.
Just like the repetitive statements over Jerusalem, settlement expansion, forced displacement, settler violence and the multitude of violations committed by Israel, the likelihood of this financial deduction becoming the foundation for yet another ineffective slogan is more tangible than expecting the PA to argue the case politically.
Through, it must be said, an overabundance of quotes at times and repetitive statements, the book illuminates the various paths taken by the Baka to navigate multiple and competing development interventions.
The author examines higher education policy in the UK since 1997 and how it relies on repetitive statements that obscure who is enacting processes described and a failure to attribute the human academic labor of staff and students to the actions discussed.
And yet, after its countless year-round meetings, Asean has issued nothing but vapid, hollow and repetitive statements on China's continued expansionism in and militarization of the disputed area.
Despite its repetitive statements against the so-called "parallel structure," the government has failed to offer any evidence indicating such a structure ever exists within the state since December 2013, when senior members of the government of then-Prime Minister Erdoy-an were implicated in a massive corruption scandal.
The second issue is the repetitive statements issued by ministers that the atmosphere during committee meetings is civilized, and though this might be true, its sessions still reflect deep differences, especially those relating to each party's respective stances.
The author is allowed repetitive statements; for example, on p.
Reading this collection of texts featuring uneven lengths and styles, one could be annoyed by some of the repetitive statements found.

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