A kind of literate programming where the program code is marked to distinguish it from the text, rather than the other way around as in normal programs.
[in-tuh s-suh-sep-shuh n] /ˌɪn təs səˈsɛp ʃən/ noun 1. a taking within. 2. Biology. growth of a cell wall by the deposition of new particles among the existing particles of the wall. Compare (def 4). 3. Also called invagination. Pathology. the slipping of one part within another, as of the intestine. /ˌɪntəssəˈsɛpʃən/ noun 1. (pathol) […]
intussusceptum in·tus·sus·cep·tum (ĭn’tə-sə-sěp’təm) n. The part of the bowel that is invaginated within another part in an intussusception.
[in-tuh s-suh-sept] /ˌɪn təs səˈsɛpt/ verb (used with object) 1. to take within, as one part of the intestine into an adjacent part; invaginate. /ˌɪntəssəˈsɛpt/ verb 1. (transitive; usually passive) (pathol) to turn or fold (an organ or a part) inwards; invaginate intussuscept in·tus·sus·cept (ĭn’tə-sə-sěpt’) v. in·tus·sus·cept·ed, in·tus·sus·cept·ing, in·tus·sus·cepts To take within, as in telescoping […]
[in-turn] /ˈɪnˌtɜrn/ noun 1. an inward turn or curve around an axis or fixed point. n. 1590s, “turning in of the toes” (especially in dancing), from in + turn.