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Template

Templates are a feature of the C++ programming language that allow functions and classes to operate with generic typesSource: Wikipedia

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Template

when used in the context of file format refers to a common feature of many software applications that define a unique file format intended specifically for that particular applicationSource: Wikipedia

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Template

when used in the context of word processing software, refers to a sample "fill-in-the-blank" document that can be completed either by hand or through an automated iterative process, such as a with a wizardSource: Wikipedia

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Template

when used in the context of software engineering has various technical specifications, but is generally identified as any processing element that can be combined with a data model and processed by a template engine to produce a result documentSource: Wikipedia

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Template

a device used by NASCAR and other sanctioning bodies to check the body shape and height of racing vehiclesSource: Wikipedia

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XML template engine

a specialized template processor for XML input and/or output, working in a XML template system contextSource: Wikipedia

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Geometry template

a piece of clear plastic with cut-out shapes for use in mathematics and other subjects in primary school through secondary schoolSource: Wikipedia

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Curiously recurring template pattern

a C++ idiom in which a class X derives from a class template instantiation using X itself as template argumentSource: Wikipedia

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Playstation 2 also called Playstation 2 Template

(abbreviated "PS2") is a sixth-generation video game console manufactured by Sony, the successor to the PlayStation, and the predecessor to the PlayStation 3 as part of the PlayStation series of consolesSource: Wikipedia

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Recommendation letter also called Template of LOR

characteristics, and capabilities of the person being recommended in terms of that individual’s ability to perform a particular task or functionSource: Wikipedia

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Template system formalism

can have several meanings: Web template system (formalism)Source: Wikipedia

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Template metaprogramming

a metaprogramming technique in which templates are used by a compiler to generate temporary source code, which is merged by the compiler with the rest of the source code and then compiledSource: Wikipedia

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Web template system

describes the software and methodologies used to produce web pages and for deployment on websites and delivery over the internetSource: Wikipedia

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Java Agent Template

is a fully functional JAVA template, for building software agents that can communicate in a P2P distributed network over the InternetSource: Wikipedia

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Creature Template

a template can be applied to a creature to enhance its abilities or to even create a new type of creatureSource: Wikipedia

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Standard Template Library

(STL) is a software library partially included in the C++ Standard LibrarySource: Wikipedia

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Phrasal template

a phrase-long collocation that contains one or several empty slots which may be filled by words to produce individual phrasesSource: Wikipedia

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Template Haskell

an experimental language extension to the programming language Haskell implemented in the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (version 6 and later)Source: Wikipedia

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Template matching

a technique in Digital image processing for finding small parts of an image which match a template imageSource: Wikipedia

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Iterative Template Library

a generic component library that provides iterative methods for solving linear systemsSource: Wikipedia

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Template Attribute Language Expression Syntax

the recommended expression language used by TAL and METALSource: Wikipedia

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