The basic building block of the Instant Messenger software, they provide the services of Instant Messenger. New modules are added just by downloading a new JAR file and placing it in your modules directory. You can change the look and feel of a module (but not the functionality) by creating a new UIPack for the Module.
A primitive function such as isosurface, or import. Also refers to the icons that represent the functions such as those mentioned above.
A set of ISO C routines that completely define some I/O-related functionality. The term is also used more specifically to refer to one of possibly several independently loadable parts of a UDI driver.
Any of several distinguishing objects that delineate the functionality of the Contraption.
Modules are small programs or plugins that run within LiteStep to add a new functionality. A more extensive explanation can be found on the Configuration page.
A building block for organizing related information in a complex G2 application. You structure a module along functional or structural lines, according to the needs of the application. An example of a functional module is the G2 Foundation Resources (GFR) utility module, which provides a set of capabilities for managing multi-module applications. An example of a structural module is the GUIDE utility, which provides a variety of end user interface components, each in its own module. See also modular knowledge base, modularize, and module prefix.
A ·module· allows to group related features together. A ·module· consists of : namespace URI that identifies uniquely the module a version a set of tags and their corresponding classes ( action classes) a set of foreign attributes and their corresponding classes ( attribute classes) a set of predefined properties and their corresponding classes ( property resolver) a set of XPath functions and their corresponding classes ( function resolver) a set of data types that can be cross operable objects (that behaves like XML objects)
Part. A program may have, within it, sections that carry out particular functions, such as making graphs. One might refer to these sections as modules or applets.
A piece of the PCRaster package with a distinct functionality.
A namespace of bindings.
ROSI is composed of many functional areas. Each of these areas is referred to as a module. The modules in ROSI are: Resources, Person, Admissions, Student Records and Registration, Graduation, Academic Audit, Student Accounts Receivable, System Reference Tables, and Awards and Financial Support.
In Python, a namespace created by a code file used to group together global variables, functions and classes.
1.4] A functional component of Lenya. See Modules.
A collection of one or more related functions implementing a particular authentication facility, gathered into a single (normally dynamically loadable) binary file and identified by a single name.
A portion of a program that carries out a specific function and may be used alone or combined with other modules of the same program.
The functional division of the program. A family of related commands further grouped into pulldowns. For instance, Homology is a module module is selected by choosing from the Module pulldown in the top menu bar.
A module is a software segment that performs a specific function, such as acquisitions or circulation. Automation system vendors may sell modules separately, though circulation and cataloging modules are often sold together, with add-on modules as possible extra purchases. Go to Top
An individual component of either computer hardware or a software program. In either case, modules are linked together in order to function.
A separate piece of software intended to enhance an existing software system using a dedicated interface. This interface must be general enough to allow adding new functionality with future modules. An Apache module can register handlers for hooks that will be called in well-defined situations, and it can access resources of Apache and use its core functionality by the Apache API.
A software component that implements the functionality of the BBSM system. BBSM supports access policy modules, accounting policy modules, property management system (PMS) modules, and network device modules.
A module is a file that holds a related group of functions-such as a library. However, modules are a bit more complex. Modules can control which function and variable names get exported from the module namespace into the main namespace. See Chapter 15, "Perl Modules," for more information.
A module is a set of cells and nodes which together implement a given functionality (or by extension a set of related functionalities). One or several related functional modules can be grouped into a library or a toolkit.
A software component that implements the functionality of the BBSM Hotspot system. BBSM Hotspot supports access policy modules, accounting policy modules, and network element modules.
A module is a piece of code which extends Drupal to provide a specific piece of functionality. Core modules are those included with the main download of Drupal. Contributed (or "contrib") modules are available for separate download from the modules section of downloads. Be sure that the version of the contrib module you wish to use matches your version of Drupal releases section lists modules by Drupal version
(1) A definition file of a single form, menu, or library. A module can be saved into the database or into a binary file. (2) An object that can be shared by more than one report, as well as by other Oracle products. Reports, external queries, displays, and external PL/SQL libraries constitute modules. (3) A procedure that implements one or more business functions, or parts of business functions, within a computer system. Subsequently, a module will often be implemented by a computer program.
A module is the container of inter-related management information, either managed objects or other definitions like type definitions or annotations. A module has to conform the SMIng grammar and semantics described by this document. A module represents a namespace in which local definitions are available and external definitions have to be imported.
A function, such as Acquisitions, that works seamlessly within an integrated system to enable users to perform a specific set of related tasks.
An interchangeable hardware or software component that runs in a personal computer or network device to provide particular functions, such as a host, network management, bridge, or router module.
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Modules are plugins that extend core functionality. They can be enabled or disabled in admin screens. Some modules implement new node content type, while others enable features that apply across all node types. Some modules require the user to have permission to use and/or view the content. See also: Drupal, node, permissions