Initialize vs Uninitializable - What's the difference?

initialize | uninitializable |


As a verb initialize

is to assign initial values to something.

As an adjective uninitializable is

that cannot be initialized.

initialize

English

Alternative forms

* initialise

Verb

  • To assign initial values to something
  • (computing) To assign an initial value to a variable
  • (computing) To format a storage medium prior to use
  • (computing) To prepare any hardware (such as a printer or scanner) for use
  • uninitializable

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • That cannot be initialized.
  • Antonyms

    * initializable