Reference

Technology / Programming / Reference: A reference is the location in memory that a variable points to. You can use references to set the value of a pointer. For instance: int* p:, int j = 5:, p = &j:, // p is now pointing at the location // in memory where j is stored

Other Words for Reference

Reference Verb Synonyms: allusion, mention, remark, referral, direction, indication, specification, naming, quotation, citation, note, notation, notification, hint, intimation, innuendo, insinuation
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Cargo Preference

Business / Agriculture / Cargo Preference: The Cargo Preference Act (P.L. 83-664) requires that whenever the federal government pays for equipment, material, or commodities shipped to other countries, a minimum percentage of the gross tonnage MORE

Job Reference Immunity Statutes

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Job Reference Immunity Statutes: Laws enacted in several states meant to provide employers with protection from liability when disclosing information regarding current or former employees. Typically for an employer to be immune from MORE

Cargo Preference Act

Business / Agriculture / Cargo Preference Act: P.L. 83-644 (August 26, 1954), as amended, contains permanent legislation concerning the transportation of waterborne cargoes in U.S.-flag vessels. The Act requires that 75% of the volume of U.S. agri MORE

Grazing Preference

Business / Agriculture / Grazing Preference: The status of qualified holders of grazing permits acquired by grant, prior use, or purchase, that entitles them to special consideration over applicants who have not acquired preference. MORE

Involuntary Liquidation Preference

Business / Finance / Involuntary Liquidation Preference: A premium that must be paid to preferred or preference stockholders if the issuer of the stock is forced into involuntary liquidation. MORE

Preferences

Technology / Email / Preferences: Options a user can set to determine how they want to receive your messages, how they want to be addresses, to which email address message should go and which messages they want to receive from you. Th MORE

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