an environment in which programs are executed
An instance of Host Publisher Server that provides middleware needed to execute J2EE applications developed with Host Publisher Studio. The runtime environment includes a Web-based administration function, Host Publisher Server Administration, for managing the middleware components.
The time when code is running-as opposed to design time, when you are writing the code. Some object properties can be changed only at runtime, while some can be changed either at design time or runtime.
Runtime is when a program is running (or being executable). That is, when you start a program running in a computer, it is runtime for that program.
The time when a program or process is being executed. When it's running it may need runtime libraries and have runtime variables with runtime values. The...
Time when the user "watches" a project.
Usually measured by a percentage (for example, 98% run time = operation of equipment 98% of the time).
The number of minutes a zone on your irrigation system should run each time you water. Runtimes should be adjusted each month, as well as any time there is significant rainfall.
Everything after compile-time.
When a program is running, or executing, it is said to be in runtime. Up to top of page
The time when the code is actually running during the creation of an application. Forms and functions can't be altered during runtime. See design time.
Total length of time a vehicle will run on a single battery pack or tank of fuel.
During the time in which a program is executing.
"Refers to things which can change when the program is running as opposed to those things which must be changed when the program is being designed (or compiled). Shifting things (e.g., hardware, software, data) from design time to run time can make the system much more flexible."
In computer science, runtime or run time describes the operation of a computer program, the duration of its execution, from beginning to termination (compare compile time). The term is also used as a short form when referring to a runtime library (without a space), a program or library of basic code that is used by a particular computer language to manage a program written in that language while it is running.