DBPL


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DBPLDatabase Programming Language(s)
DBPLDominica Banana Producers Limited
DBPLDigitized Beef Patty Line
DBPLDorothy Bramlage Public Library (Junction City, KS)
DBPLDavies Brothers Pty. Ltd. (Australia)
DBPLDomestic Bills Purchase Line (Philippines)
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Eighty-eight cases (57.1%) exhibited abnormal BPM, and among 108 cases with both normal CBP and ABP, 51 cases (47.2%) exhibited abnormal BPM, and 33 cases (30.6%) exhibited increased BPL; 76 cases (49.4%) exhibited increased BPL, among whom 17 cases exhibited increased dBPL, and 59 cases exhibited increased nBPL.
In 53 cases, dBPL increased, and 75 cases exhibited increased nBPL.
It is believed that when SBPL and DBPL reach 40%, they can forecast the left ventricular functional status; when they are greater than 40%, the possibility of left ventricular hypertrophy and left ventricular diastolic dysfunction can be as high as up to 60% to 90%, especially nBPL increasing.
DBPL's focus on affluent clients will complement BZ WBK's client base and strengthen its already well-established domestic market franchise.
Due to their focus on implementation languages, these products lack high-level abstractions for describing applications, and thus do not assist the developer in identifying the structure, navigation, and presentation of an application, which is directly implemented by manually writing the necessary HMTL page templates or DBPL programs.
Implement., coverage maintenance (debugging) Automation Database connection, Generation of query shipment, HTML/Java result formatting Abstractions Table, page elements Form, report, client-side and server-side control Reuse Page templates, Client-side and DBPL units server-side components Default 3-tiers, dynamic 3-tiers, dynamic architecture Support to Interface neutral, Canned interfaces usability proactivity through triggers Multi-paradigm Tools Model-driven Generators Lifecycle Implement., Conceptual.