from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To draw again.
- n. An update to the screen display.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To draw a new bill of exchange, as the holder of a protested bill, on the drawer or indorsers.
- transitive v. To draw again; to make a second draft or copy of; to redraft.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To draw again; make a second draft or copy of.
- In com., to draw a new bill of exchange to meet another bill of the same amount, or, as the holder of a protested bill, on the drawer or indorser.
Churchill and Roosevelt let Stalin redraw Europe 's borders, and all the bloodlands fell into his hands.
I also call redraw after I am done so if I have received new data above, then it gets drawn on the screen.
Everything works fine except that calling redraw () from visualize () is logical in a PC simulation where the simulation state needs to be rendered on screen after a simulation step.
Also note that, during script execution the Widget can't redraw - in other words, any screen updates done during the execution of the script will not be reflected on the screen until after the script finishes its execution.
Huckabee would consolidate the "solid South" for the Republicans, energizing the evangelical Christian base and fending off efforts by Obama to "redraw" the electoral map.
The goal was to retrieve image information from a website, and 'redraw' the image using some kind of algorithm.
Instead why not do what you can to help the Texas Democratic Party get a majority of the Texas congress so we can redraw district lines and undo what Tom “gerrymander” Delay did the state in 2003.
And when they redraw the boundaries, she may not have her cozy little safe district any longer.
He would alternately listen and talk and then listen some more, for hours and hours, until the hours became days, and the negotiating parties went back to their superiors to redraw their respective bottom lines.
SAN FRANCISCO—California's embrace of an independent commission to redraw legislative districts got its first big test Friday as a newly released map of proposed boundaries drew criticism from Republicans and a prominent Latino group.