The EPA has a module on its site to help consumers donate or recycle their old devices.
A module usually consists of a couple of undercovers, a sergeant, and five investigators.
The band will be taking your questions in the module below from 4-5 PM EST today.
The height of a capital will be one module, and its breadth two and one sixth modules.
The arrangement is then equivalent to an Italian module, but on a large scale.
Of these parts, let one be fixed upon to form the module, and in accordance with this module the whole work is to be developed.
The diameter or half-diameter of the column (the module) served as the unit for the whole building.
The capitals of each triglyph are to measure one sixth of a module.
One of these parts will form the module in accordance with which the adjustments are to be made as above described.
1580s, "allotted measure," from Middle French module (1540s) or directly from Latin modulus "small measure," diminutive of modus "measure, manner" (see mode (n.1)). Meaning "interchangeable part" first recorded 1955; that of "separate section of a spacecraft" is from 1961.
Modules are usually compiled seperately (in compiled languages) and provide an abstraction or information hiding mechanism so that a module's implementation can be changed without requiring any change to other modules. In this respect they are similar to objects in an object-oriented language, though a module may contain many procedures and/or functions which would correspond to many objects.
A module often has its own name space for identifiers so the same identifier may be used to mean different things in different modules.
[Difference from package?].