const

Const - What does it mean?

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Restrain vs Const - What's the difference?

restrain | const |


As a verb restrain

is   to control or keep in check.

As a noun const is

(label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Outage vs Const - What's the difference?

outage | const |


As nouns the difference between outage and const

is that outage is a temporary suspension of operation, especially of electrical power supply while const is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Let vs Const - What's the difference?

let | const |


As nouns the difference between let and const

is that let is milk or let can be letter while const is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Const vs Val - What's the difference?

const | val |


As adjectives the difference between const and val

is that const is whose value cannot be changed directly while val is .

As a noun const

is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

Const vs Var - What's the difference?

const | var |


As a noun const

is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const

is whose value cannot be changed directly.

As a proper noun var is

, of old norse origin.

Canst vs Const - What's the difference?

canst | const |


As a verb canst

is .

As a noun const is

(label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Coast vs Const - What's the difference?

coast | const |


As nouns the difference between coast and const

is that coast is (obsolete) the side or edge of something while const is (label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As a verb coast

is to glide along without adding energy.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Coost vs Const - What's the difference?

coost | const |


As a verb coost

is (obsolete|or|scottish) (cast).

As a noun const is

(label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

Cont vs Const - What's the difference?

cont | const |


As an abbreviation cont

is .

As a noun const is

(label) a whose value cannot be changed directly.

As an adjective const is

whose value cannot be changed directly.

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