(films, informal) short for special effects
(US & Canadian) foreign exchange
Visual and other special effects •Best known after the 1986 movie F/X: The FX were tops, the tone tender
[1980s+ Movies; fr effects pronounced aFX]
The country code for metropolitan France.
Apprently not widely used.
Fox cable TV channel
Effects. A polymorphic language based on Scheme, allowing side effects and first-class functions. It attempts to integrate functional and imperative programming. Expressions have types, side effects (e.g. reading, writing or allocating) and regions (stating where the effects may occur). Versions: FX-89, FX-90. (ftp://brokaw.lcs.mit.edu/). [“The FX-87 Reference Manual”, D.K. Gifford firstname.lastname@example.org et al, MIT/LCS/TR-407, Oct 1987]. […]
language A language with partial type and effect reconstruction and first-class modules. (1995-01-31)
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