A program that is independent of any class and that executes a sequence of actions when you explicitly invoke it. You use procedures to implement generic processing for values as opposed to classes. See also method.
A group of one or more precompiled SQL statements that are stored as a named object in a database.
A stored program, written in PL/SQL, stored in a database. It may return zero, one or more values.
1. n. In a programming language, a block, with or without formal parameters, whose execution is invoked by means of a procedure call. 2. n. The description of the course of action taken for the solution of a problem.
A list of statements that G2 can execute, either in sequence or concurrently, on zero or more arguments supplied when the procedure is invoked.
processes developed by county Child Support Enforcement Units to implement state policy and rules.
NCL: An identifier with a list of parameters, these parameters being separated by commas and enclosed in parentheses. Procedures do not return values when called.
a computational unit whose definition is cast in the form of an identifier, which names the procedure, followed by a list of parameters to be used in the computation. The term procedure includes both built-in procedures (also called functions) and declared procedures, but sometimes it is used in the more restricted sense of the latter.
Statements of how to implement a policy.
A unit of program code that may be invoked. A procedure can be either a function or a subroutine.
a body of code that is called from within VBScript to be executed
a body of program, written out once only, named with an identifier, and available for execution anywhere within the scope of the identifier
a collection of commands, like a subprogram or subroutine in many other computer languages
a collection of commands which will be executed
a collection of script commands organized and executed together
a Compaq Fortran subprogram that performs one or more computations for other programs
a detailed description of required or allowable actions to be executed in delivering agency services or in supporting the delivery of agency services
a distinct type in Scham whose sole purpose is to group a symbolic name with an executable value (a primitive , special-form or closure )
a form of statement and allows you to control the scheduling of simulation events without incurring the overhead of defining several separate design entities
a form of subprogram that does not return a result and can only be called by a statement
a group of instructions that perform some task and can be invoked (called) from several places in the program
a group of PL/SQL statements that can be called by a name
a group of PL/SQL statements that you can call by name
a group of SQL statements that can be executed as a whole by the server
a group of statements, either predefined by the compiler writer, or defined by you, that can be called upon to do a specific job
a logically related group of statements that can be executed by a single statement
a named PL/SQL Block that is used to perform an action
a named PL/SQL block, which can take parameters and be invoked
an array that is executable and is written with braces rather than brackets
an automated process, Interactive Brokers cannot guarantee that requested cancellations and modifications will reach the specific exchange before an order has been executed
an encapsulated piece of program which may take some parameters and returns a result
an executable object stored in the data store
an executable statement, a command to the PL/SQL compiler
a potentially large group of SQL statements
a self-contained computation with a fixed and ordered set of formal parameters
a sequence of executable statements that performs a particular action
a set of code statements that tell Publisher, or really any application, to do something
a set of PL/SQL statements that form a subprogram
a small block of code that does something, can be called with parameters, and might even return a result to us
a stand-alone executable module and is called as an executable PL/SQL statement
a subprogram that can take parameters and be invoked
a subprogram that is passed parameters and may return values via a parameter list
a subprogram that performs a specific action
a subprogram, which can take parameters and be invoked
a subroutine executed for side effects, they do not return any value
a tool that is executed in the workflow engine's JVM
A subprogram which does not return a value.
An integration point used to pattern the invoke/implement model. A procedure has associated data that is the common view of all the data to be exchanged through this procedure. A procedure can be invoked or implemented by an application.
A collection of statements in a programming language. Examples of procedures are functions, which can return a value, and subroutines, which do not.
A PL/SQL subprogram that performs a specified sequence of actions.
(1) In a programming language, a block, with or without formal parameters, whose execution is invoked by means of a procedure call. (2) A set of related control statements that cause one or more programs to be performed.
A named sequence of statements executed as a unit. For example, Function and Sub are types of procedures.
A set of SQL and PL/SQL statements grouped together as an executable unit to perform a very specific task. Procedures and functions are nearly identical; the only difference between the two is that functions always return a single value to the caller, while procedures do not return a value to the caller.
1) Actions of people to implement the stated policies.
subprogram which is invoked by a procedure call statement.
(n.) a computation that may be invoked during program execution. It may be a function or a subroutine. It may be an internal procedure, an external procedure module procedure dummy procedure, or a statement function subprogram may define more than one procedure if it contains ENTRY statements.
An SQL stored procedure, or a Java method with a void result type.
(SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference; search in this book) [definition #2] (WebDB Tutorial Guide; search in this book)
A procedure is a section of code that is separate from the rest of the main body. It can be called from other points in the code in order to execute it. e.g.' Main Body of the code ... PrintDouble(5) ... ' Procedure Definition Procedure PrintDouble( int print x*2 End Proc In this example, the code that is written inside the body of PrintDouble will be executed at the point from where it is called. This example also shows the use of variable passing with procedures. The procedure definition must be placed after the end of the main body of code. More...
A block of statements that are invoked with a procedure call.
A clear specification for the sequence, timing, execution, etc. of a process.
Block of PL/SQL code stored within the database. Also see Function and Package.