(programming) The arrangement of arguments for a procedure or function call. Different programming languages may require arguments to be pushed onto a stack or entered in registers in left-to-right or right-to left order, and either the caller or the callee can be responsible for removing the argum...
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In computer science, a calling convention is a scheme for how subroutines receive parameters from their caller and how they return a result; calling conventions can differ in: Different programming languages use different calling conventions, and so can different platforms (CPU architecture + opera...
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the time interval between unhooking and either receipt by the calling party of some indication of the success or failure of the call attempt or abandonment of the call attempt NOTE - The calling duration is the sum of the dial tone delay, the dialling duration and the post-dialling delay.
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calling into question
[n] - a challenge to defend what someone has said
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calling into question
demand for explanation noun a challenge to defend what someone has said
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Calling Name Presentation
Caller Name Presentation (CNAP) is a functionality on phone networks to provide the name identification of the calling party. This could be the personal name, company name, in which case it`s blocked simply as “restricted”, or if technical failures occur “not available”. ...
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"Calling On" is a single by New Zealand band Weta, off their only studio album Geographica. It peaked at #37 in the New Zealand RIANZ Chart. ==Track listing== ...
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A weak-passive player who calls a lot, but doesn't raise or fold much. This is the kind of player you like to have in your game.
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In telecommunication, a calling-party camp-on is a service feature that enables the telephone exchange to complete an access attempt in spite of temporary unavailability of system transmission or switching facilities required to establish the requested access. Systems that provide calling party cam...
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[UK Parliament constituency] Callington was a rotten borough in Cornwall which returned two Members of Parliament to the House of Commons in the English and later British Parliament from 1585 to 1832, when it was abolished by the Reform Act 1832. ==History== The borough consisted of most of ...
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Callingwood is an area in west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The city formally divides Callingwood into two neighbourhoods, Callingwood North and Callingwood South. Both neighbourhoods are discussed together in this article. Callingwood is bounded on the west by 178 Street, on the east by 170 Street, ...
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