To invoke; to appeal to.
A requirement or appeal arising from the circumstances of the case; a moral requirement or appeal.
Another term for Invoking
(verb) - The process of invoking a callback or slot.
(a function) To invoke a function on a set of arguments. If the function is a generic function, it will dispatch to an appropriate method. If the function is a method, its body will be executed within an environment in which its parameter are bound to the argument of the function call.
To invoke the execution of a program or process.
used in phrases such as "call the quarters." Generally means to invite or invoke forces. When I do a circle, I call the four elements to lend me their aid and protection.
To immediately invoke an event handler, passing the event to it directly instead of posting it through the queue. see: dispatch, immediate event
Invoking Divine forces.