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Event

Information that can cause a security price to rise or fall. Examples of events include earnings reports, new regulations or even wider occurrences like elections. Events are particularly important in the efficient markets hypothesis.
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State transitions are implemented through a mechanism of events and event handlers, completing the finite state machine.
A disadvantage of the soft-timer facility is that the time at which an event handler is invoked may be delayed past its scheduled time, depending on how much time passes between the instant when a soft-timer event becomes due and the instant when the system reaches a trigger state.
Based on the one byte test, each event handler activation costs no more than 33.
Reactor, which defines an interface for registering, removing, and dispatching Event Handler objects.
There's nothing special that you have to do to use the event handler.
Plugin Search and Certification: Search, testing, documentation and certification of available Nagios plugins, event handlers and custom report formats.
This file defines the event handlers for your app and calls the native method from here.
Beginning with a review of basic JavaScript concepts, the work covers topics such as standard JavaScript objects, control structures, error handling, user interfaces and interaction, event handlers, and XML.
The source added: "The event handlers were so freaked out - they didn't realize they'd placed Al and Star so close, and thought things would get ugly.
The ten chapters cover site definitions, page templates, web parts, list schemas, content types, event handlers, document libraries, and workflow templates.
It also explains how to program event handlers to take action when trouble occurs, monitor Windows servers and suppress alerts during scheduled maintenance periods.
The profile includes voice modules that support speech synthesis, speech dialogs, command and control, speech grammars and the ability to attach voice event handlers.