free variable
Noun

free variable (plural free variables)

  1. (programming) A variable that is not bound to a storage location.
  2. (mathematics, logic) A variable (occurring within some expression or well-formed formula) which is not bound by a quantifier or analogous symbol (such as a lambda abstractor, the "differential d" near the end of an integral or differential form, or a summation symbol).
Antonyms Related terms Translations
  • French: variable libre
  • German: freie Variable
  • Russian: свобо́дная переме́нная



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