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M vs Niladic - What's the difference?

m | niladic |


As a letter m

is the thirteenth letter of the.

As a symbol m

is meter (metre), the unit of length in the international system of units.

As a numeral m

is cardinal number one thousand (1000).

As an adjective niladic is

(computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Mobile vs Niladic - What's the difference?

mobile | niladic |


As adjectives the difference between mobile and niladic

is that mobile is capable of being moved while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

As a noun mobile

is a sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other ().

Triadic vs Niladic - What's the difference?

triadic | niladic |

Triadic is a see also of niladic.


As adjectives the difference between triadic and niladic

is that triadic is of or relating to a triad while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Monadic vs Niladic - What's the difference?

monadic | niladic |

Monadic is a see also of niladic.


As adjectives the difference between monadic and niladic

is that monadic is (philosophy) of or relating to a monad while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Dyadic vs Niladic - What's the difference?

dyadic | niladic |

Dyadic is a see also of niladic.


As adjectives the difference between dyadic and niladic

is that dyadic is pertaining to the number two; of two parts or elements while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Nullary vs Niladic - What's the difference?

nullary | niladic | Synonyms |

Niladic is a synonym of nullary.

Nullary is a synonym of niladic.


As adjectives the difference between nullary and niladic

is that nullary is (mathematics|of a function) taking no entries; having trivial domain; having the arity of zero while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Program vs Niladic - What's the difference?

program | niladic |


As a noun program

is a set of structured activities.

As a verb program

is to enter a program or other instructions into (a computer or other electronic device) to instruct it to do a particular task.

As an adjective niladic is

(computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Function vs Niladic - What's the difference?

function | niladic |


As a noun function

is what something does or is used for.

As a verb function

is to have a function.

As an adjective niladic is

(computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

Operator vs Niladic - What's the difference?

operator | niladic |


In context|computing|lang=en terms the difference between operator and niladic

is that operator is (computing) the administrator of a channel or network on irc while niladic is (computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.

As a noun operator

is one who operates.

As an adjective niladic is

(computing) of an operator or function in a program, having no arguments.