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CONNECTION
GENERATION
COMPOSTING
FUNCTION
APPLICATOR
INFORMATION
CLASS
REUSE OLD
REUSE CONTENT
INDEPENDENT CREDIT REPORT
COUNTER BLOCK VALUE
LOW VALUE REUSE
BLUE BLOODS GIMMICK
PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE
SOFTWARE REUSE
POSTAGE STAMP REUSE
ADAPTIVE REUSE
TECHNIQUE
CONCEPT
MAKES
FORM
COMMON
PATIENT
SECURITY
WRITTEN
SCRATCH
COMPILER
METHOD
CHEAPER
USERS
CLASSES
SOURCE
FREE SOFTWARE
OXYGEN
BREATHING
LOGIC
PRINTING
LONG
EXISTING
TERMS
MEANS
DOCUMENTS
ADDITION
CAPABILITY
XML
SPECIFICATIONS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Reuse"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. REUSE is to use a construction or demolition waste material again on-site.
  2. Code reuse is one of the Holy Grails of computer programming.
  3. Adaptive reuse is a process that adapts buildings for new uses while retaining their historic features.

Connection

  1. When I hang up my connection the IP address is released and becomes available for reuse.

Generation

  1. As the generation of a RSA key costs a lot of computer time, they saved for later reuse. (Web site)

Composting

  1. Composting will also break down petroleum hydrocarbons and some toxic compounds for recycling and beneficial reuse.

Function

  1. To implement this, we could reuse the function we had used for cross-validation. (Web site)

Applicator

  1. Apply a thin smear of stool inside box A. Reuse the same applicator to obtain a second sample from a different part of the stool.

Information

  1. The server should use whatever information is available in the configuration information repository to choose an address to reuse. (Web site)
  2. Moreover people can share, rebuild, stock and reuse the various kind of information. (Web site)
  3. The size and depth and of the postpipe can provide information as to any reuse of the posthole especially if several different postpipes can be identified.

Class

  1. The other is code inheritance (called code inclusion in Sather parlance) which allows a class to reuse a portion of the implementation of another class. (Web site)

Reuse Old

  1. When we think of code reuse, we often fall into the habit of thinking that new code will always reuse old code.

Reuse Content

  1. IMPORTANT: If you want to reuse content from Wikipedia, first read the Reusers' rights and obligations section.

Independent Credit Report

  1. Because lenders require an independent credit report, we cannot reuse any prior credit reports you may have.

Counter Block Value

  1. Extraordinary measures would be needed to prevent the reuse of a counter block value with the static key across power cycles. (Web site)

Low Value Reuse

  1. The four-rail system reuses and doubles the effective strength of the old light rails, which might otherwise have only a low value reuse as fence-posts.

Blue Bloods Gimmick

  1. Though the pair reformed their previous tag team, Regal and Taylor did not reuse the Blue Bloods gimmick, instead portraying themselves as sadistic fighters. (Web site)

Proprietary Software

  1. It is a permissive license, meaning that it permits reuse within proprietary software on the condition that the license is distributed with that software.

Software Reuse

  1. Jan Bosch begins by outlining the rationale for software architectures, and reviewing the limits of traditional approaches to software reuse.
  2. A programme to promote software reuse by the DoD - More information.

Postage Stamp Reuse

  1. Post a question or answer questions about "postage stamp reuse" at WikiAnswers. (Web site)

Adaptive Reuse

  1. Not everyone agrees that an adaptive reuse is a good idea.

Technique

  1. Effective code adaptation is a prerequisite to code reuse, a technique that has the potential for drastic reductions in system development cost.

Concept

  1. It also helps the reuse of code by packaging a group of similar objects or using the concept of component programming model. (Web site)

Makes

  1. Cancellation, Cut: device that makes a cut through revenue stamps to prevent reuse.

Form

  1. SALVAGE of construction or demolition waste material is to remove it from an existing building for reuse in the same form.
  2. The general practice of using a prior version of an extant program as a starting point for the next version, is also a form of code reuse. (Web site)

Common

  1. A very common example of code reuse is the technique of using a software library. (Web site)

Patient

  1. Advise patient that applicator is disposable and not to reuse. (Web site)

Security

  1. This approach provides advantages in efficiency and security, and promotes the reuse of crypto implementations.

Written

  1. Implementation inheritance, where one class borrows code that was written for another class, is a bad idea that makes software harder to manage and reuse. (Web site)

Scratch

  1. Etruscans would scratch the word śuθina, Etruscan for "from a tomb", on grave goods buried with the dead to discourage their reuse by the living.
  2. By abstracting key functions and making them services within a library, manufacturers can reuse content rather than rebuilding automation from scratch.

Compiler

  1. This is a good example of object-oriented reuse, since the compiler itself is reused thru specialization to provide new frameworks. (Web site)

Method

  1. Cluster analysis, a method of classifying objects based upon specific features, has many potential benefits in software reuse. (Web site)

Cheaper

  1. Also, where papyrus was in common use, reuse of writing media was less common because papyrus was cheaper and more expendable than costly parchment. (Web site)

Users

  1. These components are improved identification and authentication of users, auditing, object reuse, and access control (MAC and DAC). (Web site)

Classes

  1. Consumer: if your compiler satisfies this, your classes can reuse, as clients, components written in any compliant-producer language. (Web site)

Source

  1. It allows reuse for open source or proprietary software.
  2. Generics are not polymorphic, and provide only source code reuse (not target code reuse).

Free Software

  1. We will be guided by the two goals of preserving the free status of all derivatives of our free software and of promoting the sharing and reuse of software. (Web site)

Oxygen

  1. This is possible because the diluent is always breathable and at depth the partial pressure of oxygen is high enough to allow the diluent for reuse.
  2. It cleans the exhaled gas from carbon dioxide and adds consumed oxygen which makes the gas mix possible to reuse.

Breathing

  1. Recirculate the breathing gas for reuse, remove carbon dioxide from the breathing loop, and add oxygen to the breathing loop to replace oxygen consumed.
  2. The system is equipped with re-breathers, enabling the reuse of the helium component of the breathing gas mixtures.

Logic

  1. Runtime model: The logic and patterns of tag handler reuse is determined at runtime, during execution of the JSP pages. (Web site)

Printing

  1. It automatically grabs and saves text and images as they are copied to the Windows Clipboard - making them available for saving, reuse, and printing.

Long

  1. In this way, many Internet sites can reuse a host name such as "compass", as long as they each belong to different domains. (Web site)
  2. This is primarily because conflicts in the C code you are trying to reuse can take just as long to work out as it would to simply create new code.

Existing

  1. Whenever a ruler wanted to build a new city, he would destroy an existing one and reuse its materials to construct his dream city.

Terms

  1. This paper deals with conceptual schema construction in terms of reuse and the respective semantic requirements. (Web site)
  2. While terms of the Ubisoft deal were not disclosed, Kim said it did not leave Microsoft an opening to reuse the intellectual property in question.

Means

  1. It is a non- copyleft free software license, which means it allows reuse as proprietary software. (Web site)

Documents

  1. GRDDL enables authors to extract data from their documents automatically, enabling them to reuse their data and enrich it by connecting to the Semantic Web.

Addition

  1. In addition, DuPont has a unique technology partnership with recycling vendors who will maximize the recovery and reuse of end-of-life cable.

Capability

  1. Java Server Pages technology delivers "Write Once, Run Anywhere" capability, offering unprecedented reuse on any platform and on any server.

Xml

  1. By integrating XML and Java, XJ allows programmers to reuse existing Java libraries in the development of XML code and vice-versa. (Web site)

Specifications

  1. In a recent paper, we proposed a pattern-based approach to the presentation, codification and reuse of property specifications for finite-state verification.

Categories

  1. Disposal
  2. Places > Earth > Environment > Recycling
  3. Information > Information Technology > Computing > Object-Oriented Programming
  4. Cancellation
  5. Inheritance

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