Definition of Stackless

1. Adjective. (computing) Without the use of a stack (last-in-first-out data structure). ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stackless

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stackless

stackages
stackback
stackbacks
stacked
stacked(p)
stacked heel
stacked modal
stacker
stackers
stacket
stackets
stackframe
stackframes
stacking
stackings
stackless (current term)
stacks
stackstand
stackstands
stackup
stackups
stackyard
stackyards
stacte
stactes
stactometer
stadda
staddas
staddle
staddle stone

Literary usage of Stackless

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1. Adventures in Home-making by Robert Shackleton (1910)
"However, he balanced himself and did not fall; the stack was a thing of the past; and the kitchen range, with stackless chimney, draws as well as ever it ..."

2. Papers on Paint and Varnish and the Materials Used in Their Manufacture by Henry Alfred Gardner (1920)
"The varnish department is stackless, being similar in assemblage to the paint department. On each of the four floors the flow sheet or steps in varnish ..."

3. American Stationary Engineering: A Practical Work which Begins at the Boiler by William Edward Crane (1917)
"It is open on all sides to the air; and, to get the best results as a fanless and stackless tower, it should be placed in an exposed position where the wind ..."

4. American Stationary Engineering: A Practical Work which Begins at the Boiler by William Edward Crane (1917)
"It is open on all sides to the air; and, to get the best results as a fanless and stackless tower, it should be placed in an exposed position where the wind ..."

5. A Hoosier in Honduras by Albert Morlan (1897)
"For twenty years, more or less, the natives had watched the stackless old engine drag its weary way through the one long street, and when the huge machine ..."

6. American Stationary Engineering: Facts, Rules and General Information by William Edward Crane (1906)
"It is open on all sides to the air; and, to get the best results as a fanless and stackless tower, it should be placed in an exposed position where the wind ..."

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