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inheritanCe is a Perl script that provides an interactive shell interface for browsing the class inheritance tree for a project. It uses the output of 'ctags' and thus supports the same languages, including C++ and Java.
feature of object-oriented system in which new classes can use characteristics of an existing class.
A command processor feature which allows one instance of the command processor to "inherit" the . INI file data, aliases, user defined functions, environment variables, command history, and directory history from a previous instance. More generally, a system which allows one program to pass information or settings on to another, often to a second instance of the same program.
That which is or may be inherited; that which is derived by an heir from an ancestor or other person; a heritage; a possession which passes by descent.
A perpetual or continuing right which a man and his heirs have to an estate; an estate which a man has by descent as heir to another, or which he may transmit to another as his heir; an estate derived from an ancestor to an heir in course of law.
Part of an estate, given to an heir.
Anything received from the estate of a person who has died.
As opposed to a bequest or devise, denotes property acquired through laws of descent and distribution from a person who dies without leaving a will.
The assets received from someone who has died.
A permanent or valuable possession or blessing, esp. one received by gift or without purchase; a benefaction.
Possession; ownership; acquisition.
Money, possessions or estate received from a friend or relative who has passed away. Initial interest rate The original interest rate on an adjustable mortgage.
Keywords:  fiction, novel, carstein, vlad, eragon
Inheritance is a novel written by Steven Savile within the fictional Warhammer Fantasy setting. It is the first book of the Von Carstein Trilogy and it follows the life of Vlad von Carstein as he wages war against the Empire. It is published by The Black Library, an imprint of BL Publishing and was first released in March 2006.
Inheritance is a popular fiction series, written by American writer Christopher Paolini. The main character, Eragon, rides a dragon.
Inheritance was a 1967 Granada produced ITV drama based on a 1932 novel by Phyllis Bentley.
Context A term in ontology. Definition type is said to inherit from zero or more supertypes. The type gets all of the properties of the supertypes from which it inherits. When a type inherits from more than one supertype, we talk about multiple inhertiance. One type which never inherits from anything is the top-most type, Entity. Example Given that we have the following two supertypes: Cat Cuddly we can form the type CuddlyCat by multiple inheritance from the two supertypes. That is, the type "CuddlyCat" inherits from both of the types "Cat" and "Cuddly". We can depict this as in the following lattice: Related terminology Ontology Type Supertype Entity Lattice Multiple inheritance
The construction of a definition by incremental modification of other definitions.
Keywords:  hyponym, oma, subtree, accretion, css
A mechanism in CSS by which some values are passed down to the children of an element in the document tree. Each property defines whether it is inherited or not. It is the mechanism by which styles applied to an element are assumed by any descendant elements.
The mechanism by which more specific elements incorporate structure and behavior of more general elements related by behavior. See generalization. Synonym: inheritance [OMA].
A mechanism that allows a given access control entry (ACE) to be copied from the container where it was applied to all children of the container. Inheritance can be combined with delegation to grant administrative rights to a whole subtree of the directory in a single update operation.
Inheritance involve two different aspects that are distinguished in Noos: subtyping and code reuse. Subtyping is modeled by subsumption and code reuse is achieved by refinement.
The rights granted to a trustee by a trustee assignment. These rights apply to everything below the point where the trustee assignment is made, unless another explicit trustee assignment is made or the rights are blocked by an Inherited Rights Filter.
Access to a node by virtue of access to another node that is at a higher level in the tree.  If you have an assigned role at a summary node, you subsequently have the same assigned role at all nodes that roll-up to that point, even though your VUnet ID is not explicitly assigned to each individual node.
Hereditary succession to a title or an office or property
101] To dream that you receive an inheritance, foretells that you will be successful in easily obtaining your desires. [101] See Estate.
Also called genetics. This is the study of how the features and characteristics of living things are passed on from one generation to the next.
Creating new items containing an original item's features without changing the original item.
Allowing of one type to be defined in terms of another, with the new type “inheriting” various characteristics and operations of the original type, and then overriding or extending the inherited characteristics and operations necessary to tailor the new type to some new purpose. In Ada, inheritance occurs when a “derived” type is defined.
Keywords:  visio, schema, attributes, style, xml
Inheritance is the means by which members of a style group derive their attributes from the group.
Inheritance relationships established in an XML for Visio file by means of attributes. The XML for Visio schema includes attributes that establish inheritance between shapes, masters, and styles.
"Inheritance" was an episode of the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. It first aired on November 22, 1993.
Keywords:  sacred, thing
a sacred thing
Keywords:  death, receipt, passes, societies, role
The receipt of property on the death of its owner, or on the death of any person having a prior interest in same. Close
Money or property that passes from one person, after their death, to another through a will.
Inheritance is the practice of passing on property, titles, debts, and obligations upon the death of an individual. It has long played an extremely important role in human societies.
Form of inference in which information is transferred from a higher to a lower structure.
Something you receive from a deceased relative or friend. Inheritances are received free of income tax and capital gains tax and should not be entered on your Tax Return.
that which is received.
Transmission and reception by animal or plant generation.
used to describe a trait or gene passed from one generation to the next.
Keywords:  matter, trust
a matter of trust
data file] a field name used in the category data file to indicate the type of relationship between categories.
The act or state of inheriting; as, the inheritance of an estate; the inheritance of mental or physical qualities.