Initialization

(1) With hardware, initializing a disk means formatting it. (2) In programming, initialize means to assign a starting value to a variable. (3) Initialize can refer to the process of starting up a program or system.
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Initialization

[programming] In computer programming, initialization is the assignment of an initial value for a data object or variable. The manner in which initialization is performed depends on programming language, as well as type, storage class, etc., of an object to be initialized. Programming constructs which perform initialization are typically ca...
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initialization

giving an object an initial value. Initialization differs from assignment in that there is no previous value involved. Initialization is done by constructors.
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Initialization

The entry of a set of process parameters (performed by a human or automatically loaded from a file) that are necessary to begin a software process.
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Initialization

Typically used with synthesizers, it is a procedure which places default values or factory settings into some or all parameters. It is especially helpful when clearing out a multitude of previously sent MIDI messages
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Initialization

Typically used with synthesizers, it is a procedure which places default values or factory settings into some or all parameters. It is especially helpful when clearing out a multitude of previously sent MIDI messages.
Found on http://www.traditionalmusic.co.uk/music%20tech%20glossary/Music%20Tech%20Gl
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