Definitions for "Unwrapped"
(also known as raw) A value is unwrapped or raw if it is not encoded with type information. In a dynamically-typed language, the compiler may sometimes be able to pick a more compact or efficient representation for a value if it can prove that the type can be determined at compile-time. This is a particularly useful optimization for numeric values such as integers or floats. Opposites: wrapped. See also: boxed; tag; value object. Related publications: David Gudeman. 1993. Representing Type Information in Dynamically Typed Languages.
not yet wrapped or having the wrapping removed; "she faced a mountainous pile of presents still unwrapped"; "the floor around the tree was littered with gifts already unwrapped"
Keywords:  marc, tours, viewers, june, factories
Unwrapped is a television program on Food Network that reveals the origins and history of popular and not-so-popular foods. It first aired in June 2001 and is hosted by Marc Summers. The show leads viewers on tours of factories and other food-related locations.