Functions

  • Peder Jungck
  • Ralph Duncan
  • Dwight Mulcahy

Abstract

Just like C, a packetC function is a discrete subprogram that can be invoked from multiple places in the program text and that returns a value (which may be of type void). The function call or function enable can associate a set of values with a corresponding set of variables declared as the function’s parameters, which act as variables local to the called function. C programmers will find packetC functions to play the same role and operate in a familiar manner. In addition, functions play new roles in packetC in support of parallel processing and scoping for the purposes of data hiding.

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© CloudShield Technologies, Inc. An SAIC Company 2011

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  • Peder Jungck
  • Ralph Duncan
  • Dwight Mulcahy

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