Likewise, the new American Airlines terminal at JFK has eight inline scanners that can handle 3,200 bags an hour.
Hieroglyphs and one Syriac word in the original book are represented as inline images in the text.
Inconsistent spelling and inline hyphenation occurs across poems and songs and is retained.
On some reading devices, inline stage directions are set off from the text by parentheses added by the transcriber.
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I at once rode as fast as I could to the left, where my son was inline, and for the first time that day showed myself to him.
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inline notes, like this, show each spelling and hyphenation correction.
There is a psychic connection between the outline of furniture and the inline of man.
(Or "unfold") To replace a function call with an instance of the function's body. Actual argument expressions are substituted for formal parameters as in beta reduction. Inlining is usually done as a compile-time transformation.
If done recklessly (e.g. attempting to inline a recursive function) the compiler will fail to terminate. If done over-enthusiastically the code size may increase exponentially, e.g. if function f calls g twice, and g calls h twice and h is inlined in g which is inlined in f (in either order) then there will be four copies of h's body in f.
See also linear argument, unfold/fold.