The act of executing or performing any duty, office, or calling; performance.
To execute or perform a function; to transact one's regular or appointed business.
Description of the performance of a feature, product, or component.
To be defined
a part of a program which performs a particular task.
a logical grouping of one or more responsibilities for carrying out a specific portion of the mission of the enterprise. Functions define WHAT work must be performed and WHY. When organized into a hierarchy, functions represent the logical structure of the enterprise.
A special duty or performance required of a person or thing in the course of work or activity. For example, the function of a Law Enforcement Officer is to protect and assist the public. The functional classification system used by Career Kokua to group occupations classifies occupations on the basis of job characteristics or functions. It focuses on the dominant activity or central job duty, not on an overall skill level or some variable which is of little significance to some occupations.
A computer action, as defined by a specific instruction. Some GW-BASIC functions are COS, EOF, INSTR, LEFT$, and TAN.
perform as expected when applied; "The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in"; "Does this old car still run well?"; "This old radio doesn't work anymore"
perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function; "His wife officiated as his private secretary"
A set of computer instructions that are joined together to perform a given (possibly complicated) task.
A function is a specific type of algorithm. For each number it assigns another number. Think of it as a dedicated calculator, that can only perform one specific operation: you key in one number, a calculation is performed and out pops the answer. For example, the square function is an example of a function.
The tasks performed by information system components.
Performing its normal, proper and characteristic action.
Ability to perform work or activity.
A specialized group of statements often used to encapsulate general or program-specific tasks. awk has a number of built-in functions, and also allows you to define your own. See section Built-in Functions. Also, see section User-defined Functions. gawk The GNU implementation of awk.
A piece of software that performs an action. For example, returning the bigger of two numbers.
A body of text in your program that you can call upon to perfrom a useful task or function. Functions can also call upon other functions. G-G-G
A task in a program that can be completed by issuing a set of commands through the program.
Performing, or able to perform, a function.
The part of a program that performs a particular action. For example, hitting the reload button on your browser is using the reload function.
The action for which an item, component, or system is specially fitted or used or for which an item, component or system exists; to be in action or perform a task.
"Function" is a term used to describe the different tasks each time related component performs. i.e. the date "Function" is the date task the watch performs.
character defined by action performed --- in Proppian analysis
A business function comprises a group of staff who carry out a set of related tasks in support of a business process. Examples are a sales team, an HR team, a research group, etc. Functions have associated equipment, files and other papers, etc. and some need to operate 24x7, so the move of each function to Exeter needed careful planning.
The term used to describe the different tasks each watch component performs.
Cost centers grouped in accordance with functional responsibility that generally are performing similar patient care, support or administrative services (e.g. Patient care services, Dietary, General and Administrative, etc.).
A method that performs some form of processing in order to return a result. For example, a function to calculate the sum of two integers.
(n) The acts or operations expected of a person or thing. The ability of a living being to perform in a given way or capacity for a particular kind of performance. (v) To perform the duties or function of. TO serve, operate, perform.