sequence calling

sequence calling

[′sē·kwəns ‚kȯl·iŋ]
(computer science)
The instructions used for linking a closed subroutine with a main routine; that is, standard linkage and a list of the parameters.
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WorldPlus Service features personal voice and fax message mailboxes; custom billing options, customer service and voice prompts in the user's choice of five initial languages; automated calling, speed-dialing, sequence calling and conference calling; travel assistance services and more.
Sequence calling which allows you to dial up to 10 numbers