A CDE Definition
(1) Interspersed within other source code. See inline code.
(2) Between two hardware devices. For example, a network device that is placed between the user's machine and the network switch would be "inline." Contrast with a device that is attached only to the switch.
Source code that is written into the body of a program. It may refer to code written in the same language or another. For example, assembly language instructions can be embedded within a C program and would be considered inline code. It may also refer to lines of code within the program in contrast to a routine that is external to the program and called for as needed.
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