A program that dissects source code so that it can be translated into object code. See parse.
- partial classes
Partial classes and partial methods are two programming language features of .NET programming languages that make it possible for developers to extend and enhance auto-generated code. Partial classes allow for a single class’s members to be divided among multiple source code files. At compile-time these multiple files get combined into a single class as if […]
- partial methods
Partial classes and partial methods are two programming language features of .NET programming languages that make it possible for developers to extend and enhance auto-generated code. Partial methods are methods defined in a partial class that are (optionally) divided across two files. With partial methods one file contains the method signature – the method name, […]
- participant map
In videoconferencing systems, the participant map is a visual map (graphic) that shows where each participant in the conference is sitting.
(v) To divide memory or mass storage into isolated sections. In DOS systems, you can partition a disk, and each partition will behave like a separate disk drive. Partitioning is particularly useful if you run more than one operating system. For example, you might reserve one partition for Windows and another for UNIX. In addition, […]
- pass along
In marketing terms it refers to a piece of marketing material, such as an e-mail newsletter, that goes beyond the original recipient. A pass along is “passed along” to a second person by the recipient.