A person who listens, esp. someone who does so in an attentive manner
A person listening to a radio station or program
hearer: someone who listens attentively
Listener is a Fayetteville, Arkansas, Talk Music band.
The Listener was a weekly magazine established by the BBC under Lord Reith in January 1929. It ceased publication in 1991.
The Listener is a Canadian supernatural drama set in Toronto about a young paramedic named Toby Logan (Craig Olejnik) with the ability to listen to people's most intimate thoughts. It was announced on November 17, 2009 that The Listener had been renewed in Canada for a 13 episode second season. ...
(Listenership) Audience measurement measures how many people are in an audience, usually in relation to radio listenership and television viewership, but also in relation to newspaper and magazine readership and, increasingly, web traffic on websites. ...
(The Listeners) The Listeners may refer to: * An anthology of poetry by Walter de la Mare * The Listeners (novel), a science fiction novel by James Gunn
Someone who listens, especially to a speech or a broadcast; A function that runs in response to an event; an event handler
(listenership) The audience who listens to a radio station or program
(Listeners) Quartz provides the ability to define listeners to do basically whatever you want in response to process behavior and events. Examples of such events are process failure or success, when a process is about to fire or has misfired (not fired when it was supposed to) etc.
In JDK 1.1, a class that receives and handles events.
Facilitator at an issue stall in a SpeakOut.
An object to which has been assigned the task of responding to events in an event-driven program.
A software module that translates data from remote devices into Events. Each listener has a specific purpose, such as integrating with one particular hardware manufacturers devices.See also: Sender
noun. A person at the listening end in a two-way communication; active listener in the context of the recommendation for sales interview
An event handler. The listener registers its interest in one or more events, such as region entry updates or system member departures and joins, and is notified when the events occur.
This weekly magazine includes a cryptic by David Tossman, who took over from RWH (Ruth Hendry) in 1997. RWH had been providing a mixed (some cryptic clues) puzzle since 1940.
This is an object that you attach to a widget, for example, a button. It listens for events that happen to that widget and contains code to take some action based on that event. ...
a call-back or registered function that “listens” and performs a function at a certain point such as initialization or destruction. For example, an application can implement the ServletContextListener interface from javax.servlet. ...
A person in the audience of a radio program. The listening area is the geographical span of a station's coverage (the term applies specifically to radio, but sometimes is used to refer also to TV). ...
A user with the Listener permissions, the lowest audio permissions level. Listeners may not speak during meetings.
A listener enables an Oracle7 Server to accept connections from client machines over SQL*Net.