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reserved word

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(Computer Science) a word in a programming language or computer system that has a fixed meaning and therefore cannot be redefined by a programmer
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It's also important to avoid using reserved words, such as "Name" and "Type." Allen Browne provides an excellent reference to check for reserved words at bit.ly/2Yn6dbY.
Iniesta added to the agony when he came off the bench to volley a wonder goal from 20 yards but reserved words of sympathy afterwards for his rivals.
However, Queiroz reserved words of praise for Messi following his decisive strike toward the end of the encounter.
REDS boss Brendan Rodgers reserved words of praise for second half substitute Joe Allen.
THE COURT RESERVED WORDS IN ITS KEYDATA RULING FOR THE U.K.'S Financial Services Authority (FSA), which legal practitioners note has been increasingly aggressive in trying to persuade companies it is investigating to waive privilege.
The Israel lobby in the United States and the extremist Republicans who serve Israel, not their country, considered Obama's very limited and reserved words as proof that he does not like Israel, but then I don't know whether there's anyone in the whole world who does.
Gone is the list of reserved words, waiting for that really special moment.
Saturday saw McCarthy's men lose 2-1 to Ards Rangers at their current Skegoneill Avenue base, and McCarthy reserved words of praise for the Peninsula side, who opened up a seven point gap on the rest of the division below with the result.
McCarthy, who came on the pitch to shake all his players' hands at full time, also reserved words of praise for the influential Jarvis.
He reserved words of praise for defender Olof Mellberg who netted his first goal in 15 months.