For instance, the function exp (z) assumes every finite value except zero (see below under 21, modular Functions).
Let the modular proportions of the rest of the work be carried out as written in the fourth book in the case of temples.
These languages are conceived in a modular fashion and can be designed to optimally serve the task at hand.
1798, as a term in mathematics, from French modulaire or directly from Modern Latin modularis, from Latin modulus "a small measure" (see module). Meaning "composed of interchangeable units" first recorded 1936.