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Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. (context computer science English) A section of code, called by the main body of a program, that implements a task.

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
In computer programming , a subroutine is a sequence of program instructions that perform a specific task, packaged as a unit. This unit can then be used in programs wherever that particular task should be performed. Subprograms may be defined within programs, ...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a set sequence of steps, part of larger computer program [syn: routine , subprogram , procedure , function ]

Usage examples of subroutine.

The image on the screen flickered slightly as a new subroutine engaged.

Last time, though, there was another subroutine which went on and on about death being the one great mystery, the primal source of existential angst.

He rarely worked with the programming system used by vari-grav controllers, but he recognized a timer series and a subroutine call keyed to the timer reading.

If a red light flashes, the subroutine converting your speech into a written transcript has missed a word or words and some repetition may be necessary.

The subroutine should make the actual switch in about a tenth of a second.

His fingers danced over keys as he called his zoom-from-orbit subroutine from memory.

PROBE toyed with the idea of loading the female subroutine to observe the effect, but quickly quelled the thought.

I came to awareness as a copyright protection subroutine on a merci show downloadable.

After the two men traded places again, Theory was about to bring up the events of the evening, but discovered that Quench had gotten into a subroutine house that was only quasi-legal.

Quench was too giddy to extract himself from the subroutine, and Theory had to do it for him.

Shepardsville, following the homing probe subroutine that had pinpointed their culprit.

When I converse with it through affinity, I am actually talking to a subroutine operating in the neural strata more or less directly below my feet.

The amount of the strata given over to running that subroutine is dependent purely on the complexity of the task it is performing.

If I were to ask it an exceptionally difficult question, the subroutine would expand to utilize more and more cells until it reached a size appropriate to fulfil the request.

Somehow the murderer used his or her affinity to suspend the subroutine responsible for monitoring the orders given to that particular chimp.