For score-keeping purposes, every defensive position is assigned a number. This number has nothing to do with the number on the back of a player's uniform. The scoring numbers are: 1 -- pitcher 2 -- catcher 3 -- first base 4 -- second base 5 -- third base 6 -- shortstop 7 -- left field 8 -- center field 9 -- right field so a scoredcard reading, for example, "E-6", would mean an error on the shortstop.
It means write the next ten numbers that come after this.
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it tells you what # moshling it is
Its the next play getting called in.
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Start with the biggest number, then the next biggest , and so on, down to the smallest.
There are infinite numbers after 90 but if you mean the next integer then it is 91
There are infinite numbers after 2999 but if you mean the next whole number then it is 3000
mean in maths means u add all th numbers and divide it by how many numbers there are e.g- 5+9+7+5= 26 divided 4= 6.5
Resume is used in an error trapping routine to send the program to resume where it left off when the error was find, or resume next to resume with the next line of code from where it find the error TO GET AN INTERVIEW
The immediate [next] superset is, trivially, the set of natural numbers which consists of the counting numbers and zero. The next significant superset is the set of integers: the counting numbers, their additive inverses (or negatives) and zero.
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