The built-in audiences that come with familiar material also helps.
You also increase your chances for success if your project has a built-in fanbase, says Rubin.
So the built-in challenge automatically is creating iconic sets and costumes on a really tight budget.
Newer devices may have built-in passwords that are difficult to update.
Luckily, Tor was prepared for this sort of assault, and has built-in defenses to protect against it.
There were built-in bathtubs, but they usually lacked hot and cold running water, so hot water usually had to carried up to them.
There was a built-in order to return, after the lapse of a certain time period.
There's a built-in cupboard over at the other side, where you can keep your things!
This suit's got a built-in recorder, I might as well use it.
The built-in tabulators of to-day, with but two exceptions, are deficient in this respect.
(Or "primitive") A built-in function or operator is one provided by the lowest level of a language implementation. This usually means it is not possible (or efficient) to express it in the language itself. Typical examples are the basic arithmetic and Boolean operators (in C syntax: +, -, *, /, %, !, &&, ||), bit manipulation operators (~, &, |, ^) and I/O primitives. Other common functions may be provided in libraries but are not built-in if they are written in the language being implemented.