Static


In relation to computing static[3] usually means that something is unable to change.

In relation to Object Orientated Programming[1] (OOP) static is used to refer to a variable[2] or method that is used for multiple different objects. They can be called directly and do not need[4] an object to be instantiated (created) using a class.

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1. Programming. The process of writing a programme Related Articles: Enemy AI: Chase a playerWeb DevelopmentNaming conventions and naming schemesPoint and Click Movement – Player Pathfinding using a Navmesh« Back to Glossary Index
2. variable. A placeholder for a piece of information that can change. Related Articles: Enemy AI: Chase a playerWeb DevelopmentNaming conventions and naming schemesPoint and Click Movement – Player Pathfinding using a Navmesh« Back to Glossary Index
3. static. In relation to computing static usually means that something is unable to change. In relation to Object Orientated Programming (OOP) static is used to refer to a variable or method that is used for multiple different objects. They can be called directly and do not need an object to be instantiated (created) using a class. […]
4. need. An identified requirement of a person, group, or environment. A need is identified from an issue and sits within a context. Technological practice can be undertaken in an attempt to meet an identified need. Related Articles: Enemy AI: Chase a playerWeb DevelopmentNaming conventions and naming schemesPoint and Click Movement – Player Pathfinding using a Navmesh« […]