compile time constant

compile time constant
kompiliavimo konstanta statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Konstanta, kuriai reikšmė suteikiama programos kompiliavimo metu ir vėliau nebegali būti pakeista. Tai ↑literalinės konstantos arba ↑vardinės konstantos, kurioms konstantų aprašuose suteikiamos literalinių arba vardinių konstantų reikšmės arba apskaičiuotos reikšmės iš kitų literalinių jau žinomų kompiliavimo konstantų. atitikmenys: angl. compile time constant ryšiai: dar žiūrėkliteralinė konstanta dar žiūrėkvardinė konstanta palyginkvykdymo konstanta

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