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UNDEFINED VARIABLE
LOCALVARIABLETABLE ATTRIBUTE
CLASS VARIABLE
UNINITIALIZED CLASS INSTANCE
ACCESS
FORTRAN
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REGISTERS
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BYTE ARRAY
VALUE
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VARIABLE
OPERAND STACK
LOCAL VARIABLE
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Definitions

  1. A local variable is a variable that is declared local to a method. (Web site)
  2. A local variable is a variable declared inside of a method in Java.
  3. A local variable is a value label which is only valid within the given function.
  4. A local variable is a "temporary" variable that we use in our programs.
  5. A local variable is one that is referenced only within the subprogram, function or procedure it was defined in. (Web site)

Undefined Variable

  1. See undefined variable and local variable. (Web site)

Localvariabletable Attribute

  1. There may be no more than one LocalVariableTable attribute per local variable in the Code attribute.

Class Variable

  1. See also class variable, instance variable, local variable. (Web site)

Uninitialized Class Instance

  1. There must never be an uninitialized class instance in a local variable in code protected by an exception handler.

Access

  1. The aload bytecode is not considered an access because it is loading the object into a local variable, but not actually using it yet.

Fortran

  1. Fortran programs require static storage allocation It is a common misconception that Fortran requires static storage allocation for all local variable s.

Stack

  1. Each local variable or stack "slot" is a word big enough for a 32-bit integer, a float, or an object reference (pointer). (Web site)

Registers

  1. The compiler may optimise the local variable to registers, both the examples you quote are likely to be done this way.
  2. A routine using only one local variable would still use up eight registers on the SPARC, wasting this expensive resource. (Web site)

First Link

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Byte Array

  1. The total bytes of the file are stored to a local variable of type byte[] - a byte array. (Web site)

Value

  1. Pushing a local variable onto the stack actually involves moving a value from the local variables section of the stack frame to the operand section. (Web site)
  2. The compiler also strictly ensures that a program does not access the value of an uninitialized local variable. (Web site)

Function

  1. In a programming language, a dangling reference occurs when a pointer to a local variable in a function remains after the function has terminated.

Variable

  1. In computer science, a local variable is a variable that is given local scope.

Operand Stack

  1. There must never be an uninitialized class instance on the operand stack or in a local variable when any backwards branch is taken.
  2. All opcodes have appropriate type arguments on the operand stack and in the local variable array.

Local Variable

  1. If the two types are not identical, then unless both contain reference values, the verifier records that the local variable contains an unusable value.
  2. When a function returns a matrix, it has to copy all the values from a local variable in the function into a variable in the calling environment. (Web site)
  3. For instance, the iload instruction loads the contents of a local variable, which must be an int, onto the operand stack.

Categories

  1. Operand Stack
  2. Variable Name
  3. Reference Values
  4. Byte Array
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