return jump

return jump

[ri′tərn ‚jəmp]
(computer science)
A jump instruction in a subroutine which passes control to the first statement in the program which follows the instruction called the subroutine.
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OWNER Annie Bowles is looking forward to seeing Nedzer's Return jump his first National-style fence early this week, in preparation for a tilt at Aintree's John Smith's Fox Hunters' Chase on Thursday.
The higher rate of return was driven by service companies, which saw their rate of return jump to 14.2 per cent in the third quarter from 13.8 per cent.
Net income from return jumped by 24% in H1 2018, reaching EGP 1.16bn, compared to EGP 935.67m in the same period of 2017.
Facade of coarse spray plaster with different types of bay windows, partly plastered dormers, large gables, belt and Traufgesimsen, decorative elements such as Faschen, smaller and return jumps, stucco, decorative rosettes, as well as some fitted stone carvings.
Likewise, stock market return jumps by an average of 4.70% ( = 0.0468, t = 15.10) in responding to a one unit increase of the change in consumer confidence while holding the change in business confidence constant.
The assumption of one jump per day fits to the compound Poisson jump process ([41] also utilizes the Poisson jump process to describe rare and large return jumps which are presumably the responses to the arrivals of important news), and it should be pointed out that bipower variation also works for the infinite activity jumps despite the fact that we focus only on the case of rare and large jumps.
A standard open return jumps from pounds 144 to pounds 158 with a first-class ticket costing pounds 245 - instead of pounds 223.
Paddy's Return jumped economically and well for Adrian Maguire, and it looked a question of how far he would win after jumping the second last.
Hypertext jumps are seen as being orthogonal to the left/right page turning and are visualized as an in/out dimension using an animated iris which opens for anchored jumps and closes for return jumps. The opening iris gives users the impression of diving deeper into the hyperspace when they take a hypertext jump, and the closing iris for return jumps gives the inverse feeling of pulling back again.