Callback (computer Programming)

Callback (computer Programming)

In computer programming, a callback is a reference to a piece of executable code that is passed as an argument to other code. This allows a lower-level software layer to call a subroutine (or function) defined in a higher-level layer.


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Callback (computer Programming) - Implementation
... The form of a callbackvaries among programming languages ... C,C+ and Pascal allow function pointers as arguments to other functions ... Other languages,such as JavaScript,Lua,Python,Perl and PHP,simply allow the name of a function or a function literal lambda expression)to be passed through ...