static link

static link

(compiler)
(Or "access link" or "environment link") A pointer from an activation record to the activation record for the textually enclosing scope. A static link is only required in a statically (lexically) scoped language.

The number of static links to follow may be determined statically (at compile time). It is simply the difference in lexical nesting depth between the declaration and the reference.

See also display.
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Aside from that, the buyback cool down has also been increased from 6 minutes to 7 minutes and several characters were tweaked to normalize and nerf their abilities such as reducing Death Prophet's crypt swarm damage, removing healing points regeneration for Omniknight during Guardian Angel mode and the increasing of Static Link cool down for Lightning Revenant.
The study also implies that there really isn't a static link between face and personality.
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Some minor concessions to electronic content emerged, such as static links through the 856 tag in the MARC record, but the fundamental nature of the ILS focuses on traditional content and work flow.
More than a web page filled with lots of static links, Lowey says portals are best described as "one stop" web sites that personalize information.
Today's file systems were designed to take advantage of the storage architecture of the 1960s, which was far less distributed and characterized by static links between clients and storage volumes.
net web site for two days, featuring static links to http://www.
The system needs to provide several types of links and different levels of granularity, including queryable and static links.