extensible[ek sten′sə bəl, ik-]
Origin: French ; from Midieval Latin extensibilis ; from Classical Latin extensus, past participle of extendere
- extensibility noun
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- Capable of being extended or protruded: an extensible tongue; extensible tables.
- Computer Science Of or relating to a programming language or a system that can be modified by changing or adding features.
- ex·tenˌsi·bilˈi·ty noun
extensible - Computer Definition
Capable of being expanded or customized. For example, with extensible programming languages, programmers can add new control structures, statements or data types.
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