A piece of paper, plastic, or foil covering and protecting something sold
A cover enclosing a newspaper or magazine for mailing
The dust jacket of a book
A tobacco leaf of superior quality enclosing a cigar
A loose robe or gown
negligee: a loose dressing gown for women
wrapping: the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
wrap: cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
The wrapper or pagne is a colorful women's garment widely worn in West Africa. It has formal and informal versions and varies from simple draped clothing to fully tailored ensembles. The formality of the wrapper depends on the fabric used to create it. ...
In computer programming, the adapter pattern (often referred to as the wrapper pattern or simply a wrapper) is a design pattern that translates one interface for a class into a compatible interface. ...
One who, or that which, wraps; Something that is wrapped around something else as a cover or protection: a wrapping; A negligée or loose dressing gown; A class, module, etc. that serves to mediate access to another
(Wrappers) The outer covers of a paperbound book or pamphlet. Not to be confused with “dust wrapper.”
(Wrappers) the original pack cover, often with collectible variations.
(WRAPPERS) The printed or unprinted cover of a pamphlet or book bound in paper.
(Wrappers) Softcover. I.e., a single sheet, usually of a heavier stock than the text pages, wrapping around the front, spine and rear of the book.
(Wrappers) the sides and covering of any paperback book.
(wrappers) The covers of a binding that has no boards. They can be paper or vellum.
(wrappers) integrated databases
(wrappers) paper covers, as opposed to a board. dealer catalogues usually describe paperbacks as "in wrappers".
A program or subroutine that runs some other program or subroutine for you, modifying some of its input or output to better suit your purposes.
A high-quality tobacco leaf wrapped around the finished bunch and binder. It is very elastic and, at its best, unblemished.
The materials, consisting usually of paper or paperboard, sometimes with treatment for moisture barrier properties, which are used to protect the roll or pile form damage.
a program used to start another program; usually a wrapper is SUID or SGID so it can bestow privileges onto another program that the other program would not normally have.
The product structure through which an ISA holding achieves its tax-free benefits.
An object that is created to provide an object-style interface to some other type of data. The Number and Boolean objects are examples of wrapper objects.
Built-in Joomla! Component, used to pull in and display any URL within your web site. This can be used to wrap an application (e. g. a forum or gallery), individual page or an entire web site. Also referred to as an "Iframe."
A software component that encapsulates a system component (a procedure, a program, a file, an API) in order to transform its interface with its environment. For instance, a wrapper associated with a legacy program can give the latter an object-oriented interface. ...
n. A function (or macro) which is ``wrapped around'' another, providing a bit of added functionality. For example, a wrapper around malloc might check malloc's return value.
An object that is designed to encapsulate the behavior of another object. For example, the ControllerItem class is a Smalltalk wrapper for the operations on FormItems. Wrapper classes are important to allow portability between different operating systems by presenting a common interface.
Folded bifolium of finer, often coloured paper which could be detached from the score that it enclosed.