- ● ►en n. m. ►PROG►PERL Programme dont le code ne fait qu'une seule et unique ligne. Quelque chose que l'on rencontre régulièrement en Perl. Exemple: perl -e 'print("Hello, world !\\n")'.
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One-liner — may refer to: one liner joke one liner program, textual input to the command line of an operating system shell that performs some function in just one line of input tagline, a variant of a branding slogan typically used in marketing materials and … Wikipedia
one-liner — one liners N COUNT A one liner is a funny remark or a joke told in one sentence, for example in a play or comedy programme. [INFORMAL] The book is witty and peppered with good one liners … English dictionary
one-liner — (n.) short joke, witty remark, 1969, from ONE (Cf. one) + LINE (Cf. line) … Etymology dictionary
one-liner — n a very short joke or humorous remark … Dictionary of contemporary English
one-liner — noun count a joke that consists of a single sentence … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
one-liner — ► NOUN informal ▪ a short joke or witty remark … English terms dictionary
one-liner — ☆ one liner [wun΄līn′ər ] n. a short, witty remark … English World dictionary
one-liner — a term for a short, one line joke (that contains its own punchline); also the term may refer to the high concept description of a film a few words used to describe a script, storyline or a film s premise that a person can easily understand with … Glossary of cinematic terms
one-liner — noun a one line joke • Hypernyms: ↑joke, ↑gag, ↑laugh, ↑jest, ↑jape * * * ˌone ˈliner [one liner one liners] … Useful english dictionary
one-liner — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms one liner : singular one liner plural one liners a joke that consists of a single sentence … English dictionary
one-liner — one lin·er … English syllables