object | engleski leksikon

1. object


Of, relating to, or being object code

object | engleski leksikon

2. object


Sinonimi: physical object

ETYM Latin objectus. Related to Object.
In grammar, the recipient of the action of the verb in a sentence. The object can be a noun, a pronoun, a noun phrase, or a noun clause. Transitive verbs take a direct object and with some verbs there may also be an indirect object.
1. A grammatical constituent that is acted upon.
2. A physical (tangible and visible) entity; SYN. physical object.
3. The focus of cognitions or feelings.

object | engleski leksikon

3. object


1. Short for object code (machine-readable code).
2. In object-oriented programming, a variable comprising both routines and data that is treated as a discrete entity. See also abstract data type, module (definition 1), object-oriented programming.
3. In graphics, a distinct entity. For example, a bouncing ball might be an object in a graphics program.
4. A single, runtime instance of object type that the operating system defines. Objects visible in user mode include event, file, I/O completion port, key, object directory, port, process, section, semaphore, symbolic link, thread, timer, and token objects. Many user-mode objects are implemented through the use of a corresponding kernel-mode object. Kernel-mode-only objects include adapter, APC, controller, device, device queue, DPC, driver, interrupt, mutex, and stream file objects.
An object is a software bundle of variables and related methods.

object | engleski leksikon

4. object


1. To oppose something firmly and usually with words or arguments
2. To feel distaste for something
3. To express or raise an objection or protest; express dissent
4, To put forth in opposition or as an objection

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