Definitions for "Objects"
In HTML programming, building blocks of a page (paragraph, image, sound, ActiveX components...)
The basic components of a database application: forms, tables, queries, macros, reports and modules.
In programming terminology, a freestanding chunk of code that defines the properties of some thing. For example, this Netdictionary applet is an object that contains button objects, scrolling list objects, window objects, URL objects, definition objects, etc. Not all programming languages use this object model; the ones that do are said to be object-oriented.
Keywords:  netsize, appname, img, src, bmp
Netsize Active Gateway proposes a set of objects which can contain all data types. There are three object's types: slots, frames and arrays.!-- if (navigator.appName=="Netscape") { document.write("img src='separation.bmp' x-maintain-ratio='TRUE' height='14' width='687' border='0'");} else { document.write("img src='separation.bmp' x-maintain-ratio='TRUE' style='border-style: none; height: 14px; float: none; width: 687px;' height='14' width='687' border='0'");
Keywords:  vba, visio, autocad, geometry, polygons
an extensive graphical resource about VBA Object Models from AutoCAD to Visio
Graphical entities that can be dynamically created or loaded from model files. Many functions act upon them: • Tasks: each object performs a task per time frame; • Hierarchies: objects can be "linked" together; • Sensors: objects can be connected to sensors; • Modify: geometry, color, texture, scale, etc; • Collision Detection: between objects and polygons.
an instance of the union of two classes iff it is an instance of either class
are collections of properties and methods; each object has its own name and is an instance of a particular class. Built-in objects are predefined in the ActionScript language. For example, the built-in Date object provides information from the system clock.
Keywords:  caster, burst, magical, cone, clips
Lines, shapes, text boxes, clips, drawings, and other items you insert in a slide.
An area designator for spells and magical effects. This type of spell does not allow the caster to select individual targets. Rather, it affects some or all eligible objects within a designated area ( burst, cone, or other shape).
Elements that make up the Options Assistant (i.e. Questions, Components, Loops, etc.)
SGML elements, entities, attributes of elements, public identifiers, notations, and standard tagging schemes.
Run-time entities that contain both data and operations.
Keywords:  plural
plural of object.
Keywords:  nim, database, manage, entry, tools
In Access, objects are the tools you need to manage your database
In the Network Installation Management (NIM) environment, an entry in the NIM database that represents a machine, network, or resource.
Something perceptible in a 3-D environment.
are the purposes of the charity and are set out in the governing document.
physical objects like motors in an industrial plant; also, well-defined actions like using a purchasing document can be considered Objects.
Ornamental devices (such as flowers) appearing regularly in various parts of a piece of lace.
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