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A [[Namespace]] is [[position]]ed just above [[and]] at the [[top]] of a [[document]] or other [[file]] that [[container|contains]] the [[title]] or [[Name]] of the [[Object]]. Its purpose is to [[interface]] something like a [[page]], [[image]], [[script]], [[variable]], [[&...]], [[song]] with its [[environment]].
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A [[Namespace]]s are [[position]]ed just above [[and]] at the [[top]] of a [[document]] or other [[file]] that [[container|contains]] the [[title]] or [[Name]] of the [[Object]]. Its purpose is to [[interface]] something like a [[page]], [[image]], [[script]], [[variable]], [[&...]], [[song]] with its [[environment]].
   
 
== Programming ==
 
== Programming ==
A [[Namespace]] can also be thought of as a [[handle]] in the [[case]] of [[object]]s or [[filehandle]] in the [[context of perl]] to be grabbed by a [[script]] or [[handler]].
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A [[Namespace]] can also be thought of as a [[handle]] in the [[case]] of [[object]]s or [[filehandle]] in the [[context of perl]] to be grabbed by a [[script]] or [[handler]].
   
 
<small>'''''[[&...]]''' is a [[shorthand]] [[representation]] for a [[namespace]] [[object]]. See also [[Wikipedia:use case]].''</small>
 
<small>'''''[[&...]]''' is a [[shorthand]] [[representation]] for a [[namespace]] [[object]]. See also [[Wikipedia:use case]].''</small>
 
 
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Revision as of 05:13, August 14, 2010

A Namespaces are positioned just above and at the top of a document or other file that contains the title or Name of the Object. Its purpose is to interface something like a page, image, script, variable, &..., song with its environment.

Programming

A Namespace can also be thought of as a handle in the case of objects or filehandle in the context of perl to be grabbed by a script or handler.

&... is a shorthand representation for a namespace object. See also Wikipedia:use case.

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