callee


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callee

(kɔːlˈiː)
n
a routine that is called by another routine
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(80.) For an in-depth discussion of the Morrison Court's conception of where transactions take place, see Christopher Callee, Can't See the Forest for the Trees: Where Does a Purchase or Sale of Securities Occur?, 2 Am.
Since the caller and callee procedures run on different machines, they execute them in different address spaces, and different operating system which cause complications.
•Options to easily add custom call record data properties (like Caller, Callee, Frequency) and operations (like PTT, Squelch, Call Hold)
For example, VTrust [27] and TypeArmor [28] protect the program against COOP attack by guaranteeing that the callee of every call site is legitimate.
* Call SBB: this SBB handles the sip signaling needed to initiate a voice call by sending an invite message to a predefined callee and establishing a session between both end points.
Since the caller and the callee could be distributed across different modules, these calls are remote procedure calls (RPC).
I am forever grateful to Callee Soltys for introducing me to this book.
The word 'survivor' is because I kicked cancer's butt!" Callee Mawdsley said: "My tattoo is of my dad riding his Honda to the pearly gates.