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Constant Variables - Ruby - About.com
Ruby's idea of constant variables is mostly without surprise, however their implementation is not exactly "constant."
Constants in Ruby - About.com
Constants in Ruby are any variable name that begins with a capital letter. This include variable names like FILENAME, but also variables like String. Wait, String  ...
Key and Button Constants - Ruby - About.com
For every keyboard key, there is a Gosu::Kb* constant. For most of the keys, the names of these constants are easily guessed. For example, the arrow keys are ...
Definition for the Java Term: Constant - About.com
A constant is a variable whose value cannot change once it has been assigned.
Java Syntax - Declaring and Using Constants in Java - About.com
These values remain constant. When writing a program it makes sense to represent them in the same way - as values that will not be modified once they have ...
Equilibrium Constants Practice Test - Chemistry - About.com
The ratio of these reaction rates is called the equilibrium constant. Test your knowledge about equilibrium constants and their use with this ten question ...
Constant Returns to Scale - Definition - Economics - About.com
Constant returns to scale is an attribute of a production function. A production function exhibits constant returns to scale if changing all inputs by a positive ...
Understanding Typed Constants in Delphi - About.com
Typed constants can be compared to initialized variables-variables whose values are defined on entry to their block (usually event handler). Such a variable is ...
Static Fields - What Is a Static Constant? - Java - About.com
... shared across all instances of a particular class. Static fields and static constants enable this to happen by belonging to the class and not to the actual objects.
Constant - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
In C #define is used to define a constant. C++ and C# have more programming features for constants, including specifying that parameters remain constant in a ...
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