Definition of Library routine
1. Noun. A debugged routine that is maintained in a program library.
Group relationships: Library, Program Library, Subroutine Library
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Literary usage of Library routine
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1. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for UNIX Environments by Institute SAS Institute, SAS Institute (2004)
"... specifies the minimum number of arguments to expect for the shared library routine. In most cases, this value will be the same as ..."
2. The Inform Designer's Manual by Graham Nelson (2001)
"So the library's routine for handling the Unlock action needs to enforce this. The library does this using a stricter rule called ..."
3. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1917)
"... completed what may be called, for want of a better name, a codification of library routine. This first draft is a somewhat detailed descriptive outline ..."
4. Library Work Cumulated, 1905-1911: A Bibliography and Digest of Library (1912)
"library routine is described as a "knowledge of principal methods of arranging the fittings, furniture, etc. in public rooms of all kinds; charging methods, ..."
5. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1919)
"Their assistants, while trained in regular library routine, seem far from expert in the knowledge and use of the tools required by practical men of affairs, ..."
6. Handbook by John Crerar Library (1907)
"... Librarian in regard to the more important matters of library routine. Rooms.—Temporary quarters, pending the accumulation of a building fund and the ..."