Stub

Stub or Stubb may refer to:

  • In pollarding, a stub or stubb is a low pollard – a tree cut and allowed to regrow from the trunk
  • Method stub, in computer programming, a piece of code used to stand in for some other programming functionality
  • Stub in Linux is one of the parts in shared libraries for Linux.
  • Test stub, one type of test doubles (along with mock objects) in software testing
  • Stub network, in computer networking, a section of network with only one exit router to other networks
  • A stub of a pencil, or other object
  • Stub (electronics), a calculated length section of transmission line used to match impedance in transmission lines
  • Stub (distributed computing), a piece of work of a greater calculation in distributed computing
  • Pay stub, a receipt or record that the employer has paid an employee
  • Ticket (receipt), a ticket or portion thereof that acts as a receipt
  • Stub (stock), the portion of a corporation left over after most but not all of it has been bought out or spun out
  • Stub, an unused road junction: see Unused highway
  • Stub, the short tail of an animal such as a bobcat
  • Stub period, period of time over which interest accrues which is not equal to the usual interval between bond coupon
  • Stub Place, settlement in Cumbria, England
  • Stubb, a character in the novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville

Persons with surname Stub or Stubb

Persons with forename or nickname Stub or Stubb

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