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Inline is commonly used to mean "in a line", "aligned" or "placed within a line or sequence". Topics that feature "inline" in their names include:
- Inline assembler
- Inline expansion
- Inline function
- Inline reply
- Inline tag (HTML)
- Inline Design, a former Apple Macintosh software publishing company.
- In Line, an album by jazz guitarist Bill Frisell released in 1983.
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