Definition of In-line expansion

1. Noun. (computing) The replacement by a compiler of a function call with a copy of the entire function body, sometimes used as an optimization. ¹



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Lexicographical Neighbors of In-line Expansion

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in-fighting
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in-joke
in-jokes
in-kind
in-law
in-laws
in-line
in-line expansion (current term)
in-line expansions
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