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Yield may refer to:
Measures of output/function
Yield in programming context simply means "brings". It is usually used when some kind of execution context surrenders control flow to a different execution context. In some cases, upon surrendering control, the first execution context may send (i.e., yield) a data value to the second execution context. See Generator (computer programming).
- Yield (chemistry), the amount of product obtained in a chemical reaction
- The arrow symbol in a chemical equation
- Yield (engineering), yield strength of a material as defined in engineering and material science
- Fission product yield
- Nuclear weapon yield
- Yield (casting)
- Throughput yield, a manufacturing evaluation method
- A measure of functioning devices in semiconductor testing, see Semiconductor device fabrication#Device test
- The number of servings provided by a recipe and hulk
- Yield (finance), a rate of return for a security
- Dividend yield, a measure of dividends paid on stock
- Yield (college admissions), a statistic describing what percent of applicants choose to enroll
- Yield (engineering), the plastic deformation of a material
- Yield (album), by Pearl Jam
- Yield sign, a traffic sign
- Terminal yield, a sequence of leaves in a tree data structure
- Yield, a feature of a coroutine in computer programming
- Yield, an element of the TV series The Amazing Race
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