Can be either of the following: A scalar data object of derived (user-defined) type. An aggregate entity containing one or more fields or components.
A data object that is scalar and is of derived type.
a data type which puts a variety of pieces together into one object
a Lisp object containing some number of "slots", each of which can hold any Lisp data object
an object-relational user-defined data-type or object-type
an object that you can place at your desk or around your workspace that will remind you to breathe, meditate or stretch
a physical object or something that can be divided into parts and has boundaries
a prime objective -- one that is getting a great deal of my attention
a single entity that includes multiple members, just like an object includes multiple properties
Structure is basically all solid objects rising from the bottom of a lake or river that isn't part of the actual bottom...like sunken trees, brush and rock piles...which creates habitats, feeding grounds and cover for game fish. For locating and separating close-holding fish from structure, GRAYLINE is the preferred choice of more anglers.
"The concrete representation of the state of an object. An object does not share its state with any other object, although all objects of the same class do share the same representation of their state." 1
Submerged objects like logs or boulders.
(stream channel) - (3) an object, usually large, in a stream channel that controls water movement.
(n.) a scalar data object of derived type.
A construct that contains an ordered group of data objects. Unlike an array, the data objects within a structure can have varied data types.
a format of recording information about applicants that promotes objectivity rather than subjectivity, resulting in superior recruitment outcomes.