(programming) The memory storage area that holds data types, such as integers and strings, or an array of integers. The data structures associated with drivers are used as buffers for holding data being moved between user data space and the device, as flags for indicating error device status, as pointers to link buffers together, and so on.
a collection of values. Different kinds of data structures are organized and accessed in different ways. Icon structures are records, lists, sets, and tables.
an arrangement of slots which can be filled with information
a structure designed to organize data
A widget for which Sun WorkShop Visual generates a typedef for a data structure, and a creation procedure that sets up that type of structure and returns a pointer to it.
The UCC and EAN numbering structures defined in the various lengths required for the different identification purposes which all share a hierarchical composition. Their composition blends the needs of international control with the needs of the users.
a representation in computer records of facts, rules, etc. organized in a special way to allow intelligent manipulation of the data structures by computer programs to facilitate recording new facts, making inferences, arriving at conclusions, etc. about the real world.
Describes how data is arranged in the structure.
Contiguous memory used to hold an ordered collection of fields of different types. Any API usually defines several data structures. The most common data structure in the DDI/DKI is the buf_t.
The EAN.UCC System data structures defined in the various lengths required for the different identification purposes, which all share a hierarchical composition. Their composition blends the needs of international control with the needs of the user.
Data structures are the mechanism used to pass information between the Digital UNIX kernel and device driver interfaces.
From The Platform for Privacy Preferences 1.0 (P3P1.0) Specification ( 2002-04-16) A hierarchical description of a set of data elements. A data set can be described according to its data structure. P3P1.0 defines a set of basic datastructures that are used to describe the data sets in the P3P base data schema.