restricted function

restricted function

[ri′strik·təd ‚fəŋk·shən]
(computer science)
A function of the operating system that cannot be used by application programs.
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restricted function

A computer or operating system function that cannot be used by an application program.
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Then compound that with the restricted function of a compact design, and you've really got a weak reed to depend on.
Primary efficacy criteria were Lequesne's Algofunctional Index (LFI) and a 'complaint index', including pain at rest, pain on motion and restricted function. The efficacy criteria were analyzed by applying the Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test that provides the Mann-Whitney estimator (MW) as a measure of relevance.
ERC improved restricted function by a mean 10.0%, while there was no improvement with diclofenac.
Star Arab Bank given restricted function in US * The US Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has permitted last week the Arab Bank to resume operations in New York on condition of ceasing electronic transfers.
The committee recommended that the drought response plan for 2019, prepared by the NDMA, may be approved without any funding from the federal government in light of its restricted functions and role after the 18th Constitutional Amendment as well as the 9th NFC Award, which gave a majority of the resources to the provinces.
The General Optical Council (GOC) has called for all businesses carrying out restricted functions to be registered with the optical regulator.
While super user permission allows users to control many restricted functions of the smartphone, this mighty authority can bring serious security threats when in the wrong hands.
An opening existed between the living and dining areas here but pier walls still marked a boundary which severely restricted functions. We cleared the remains and properly opened up the space.
The regulator also commented that it hoped the Bill would work towards ensuring all businesses carrying out restricted functions, including sight tests, are required to register.
The director of policy and communications, Alistair Bridge, outlined proposals which would see the switch to a system based on restricted functions, rather than protected titles.
The GOC's favoured one is to regulate businesses according to whether they carry out restricted functions, such as testing sight or dispensing spectacles to children or people who are visually impaired.

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