subblock

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

sub- +‎ block

Noun[edit]

subblock ‎(plural subblocks)

  1. A block (of data, etc.) making up part of a larger block.
    • 2006, Wesley Chun, Core Python Programming
      Again, as with every code subblock, indentation (and dedentation) are used to delimit blocks of code as well as to indicate which block of code statements belong to []