function

All Noun Verb
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  • It was also frequently played at the start or end of official functions.
  • The main economic activity of the federal capital results from its administrative function.
  • Most of the day-to-day functions of local government are carried out by the appointed officials.
  • In some cases it functions like a town hall meeting.
  • For about four years it functioned without any official record of its existence.
  • Need-to-know principle gives access rights to a person to perform their job functions.
  • This exercise forces each part of the system to have a pure function.
  • As a functioning water tower it still provides water for the house today.
  • Of these, value cell and function cell are the most important.
  • The train station there also functioned as a post office and general store.
  • This program was the model for other programs currently functioning in many states and foreign countries.
  • It can be proved that such an area function actually exists.
  • There are, however, typical functions which are found in many computer vision systems.
  • It is now used as a function hall.
  • User defined functions are created using the following two built-in functions.
  • User defined functions are created using the following two built-in functions.
  • The purpose or function of this form is unknown.
  • It would use a higher-order function that takes as arguments a function and a list.
  • It would use a higher-order function that takes as arguments a function and a list.
  • The next line indicates that a function named main is being defined.
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Meaning of function

  • noun (mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)
  • noun What something is used for
    the function of an auger is to bore holes, ballet is beautiful but what use is it?
  • noun The actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group
    the function of a teacher, the government must do its part, play its role
  • noun A relation such that one thing is dependent on another
    height is a function of age, price is a function of supply and demand
  • noun A formal or official social gathering or ceremony
    it was a black-tie function
  • verb Perform as expected when applied
    The washing machine won't go unless it's plugged in, Does this old car still run well?, This old radio doesn't work anymore