Definitions for "Code"
Keywords:  brevity, morse, aero, symbol, secrecy
To transpose words or figures into symbols or characters. Also ENCODE.
(1) A set of symbols for representing something. E.g. most computers use ASCII codes to represent characters. (2) Written computer instructions. The term code is colloquial.
Any system of communications in which arbitrary groups of symbols represent units of plain text of varying length. Codes are provided primarily for one of three purposes: (1) In the broadest sense, coding is a means of converting information into a form suitable for communication and encryption; (2) brevity codes are used to reduce the length of time necessary to transmit information; (3) security codes are used to provide some degree of cryptographic protection for the information being transmitted.
A body of law, sanctioned by legislation, in which the rules of law to be specifically applied by the courts are set forth in systematic form; a compilation of laws by public authority; a digest.
Any system of rules or regulations relating to one subject; as, the medical code, a system of rules for the regulation of the professional conduct of physicians; the naval code, a system of rules for making communications at sea means of signals.
A work containing Jewish rules and law, arranged systematically for easy reference.
Generally refers to housing design. A standard to which a housing may be fabricated. Example: The design may meet the requirements of Section VIII, ASME Code for unfired pressure housings. When used in referring to other standards, the full code title should be given.
See ASME.
A system of regulations pertaining to the design, manufacture, installation and maintenance of lifts, dumbwaiters, escalators and moving walks. The European codes are EN81 for lifts and EN115 for escalators and trav-o-lators. All installations must comply with these code requirements.
Index Definition: Code Description: Identifies a sample of computer code. Appears as the browser's monospace font (usually Courier). Example: CODE some code here/CODE
Whether it be HTML, VRML, C++ or whatever, programming can be easier or more difficult depending on your mindset and desire to learn it. However, there are plenty of techies who love these languages and speak them fluently.
The set of instructions that constitutes a computer application.
a patient in cardiac arrest
this term refers to a cardiac arrest. A code is a situation where a patient is not breathing and has no pulse.
Hospital terminology to designate the extent of resuscitative measures to be taken in the event of sudden cardiac arrest.
a pseudorandom string of bits that is used primarily by commercial GPS receivers to determine the range to the transmitting GPS satellite
A binary bit stream. In spread spectrum, code refers to the pseudorandom sequence used to spread an information signal across a frequency band. It is more specifically referred to as a pseudonoise code.
A digital bit stream with noise-like characteristics.
see National Electric Code (NEC)
The present adopted version of the National Electrical Code and / or applicable state or local codes and ordinances.
In electrical context usually refers to the National Electrical Code (NEC), published by the National Fire Prevention Association, which is revised every three years.
Vocal expressions of attitudes, determined by a certain group of people. This can be divided into a cultivated pattern (elaborated code = EC) or limited pattern (Restricted code = RC).
Code is an English/Norwegian black metal that formed in 2002. The band's original line-up consisted of Aort and Vyttra on guitars, Viper from the bands Ved Buens Ende and Dødheimsgard on bass, Kvohst from the band Void on vocals, and AiwarikiaR, former drummer of Ulver, on drums. Aort wrote all of the music and Kvohst, all the of the lyrics, and the band released their first demo entitled Neurotransmissions - Amplified Thought Chemistry on March 15th, 2002.
Keywords:  thousandths, bsme, rail, height, inch
The height of the rail, measured in thousandths of an inch. For example, Code 100 rails are 100/1000 (or 1/10) of an inch high.
the height of the rail, measured in thousandths of an inch. (Rail on the BSME is mainly code 83.)
An alphabetic, numeric, or alphanumeric representation of data designed with the purpose of classifying information for retrieval (e.g. "ID#" as representation of Prospect identification number).
A numeric, or alphanumeric, representation of text for exchanging commonly used information.
an absolutely necessary condition for the representation of information
A sequence or set of buttons that must be pressed and done at a certain point on the game to unlock hidden features. Example: To get a full set of firepower for the ship in Konami's game Gradius, a player must be playing the game first. Once they pause the game, He/she can hit on the control pad the following sequence: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A. If done correctly, the player will be given a cheat that will give their ship a full set of options, speed, and missiles for extra firepower.
a bit or plurality of bits which may be used to correct corruptions in a data set
a finite set of characters
a theological mess, mixing genuine biblical prophecy with fictional concoctions to advance an unbelievable fantasy
Keywords:  vta, csm, anybody, rmw, programmer
See: program, source code.
A referencing system typically applied to the element s of a work breakdown structure. Also, the results of programming software. [D02473] RMW See Source Code. [D04022] CSM
The source code or text entered in a module.
Keywords:  coercivity
CODEC Coercivity
The aspect of a security system that can be tailored by the manufacturer or the installer to personalize the particular system for a user or group of users. A remote security system that is coded will operate only with those transmitters that are coded to the same matching code.
a key enabler for future operating system MCA error recovery
a suitable tool for analyzing containments of advanced reactors, equipped with passive containment cooling systems
The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.
This is an internal code for your company. You receive this code in the beginning from USEC International.
See "Internal Revenue Code."
The background code that runs a web site. As well as HTML, this can include, JavaScript, ASP, PHP, JSP, Coldfusion and more.
What DNA is to human beings, "code" is to websites and the technologies behind them. "Code" is also slang for "HTML" (which is defined below).
Generally when we talk about code, we mean HTML code. LinkShare has created an online tool that provides affiliates with the lines of code they need to put links on their Web pages. Affiliates can simply copy the appropriate code and paste it into their own HTML pages.
an organized system of signs
Refers to a community's or county's sign code, which may be part of land use planning regulations. A sign code seeks to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and may also regulate the morals and aesthetics of sign content and design. It will spell out the kinds and sizes of signs allowed in an area, the installation requirements and other issues like length of time the sign can stay out.
In semiotics, the concept of a code is of fundamental importance. Saussure (1857–1913) emphasised that signs only acquire meaning and value when they are interpreted in relation to each other. He believed that the relationship between the signifier and the signified was arbitrary.
a far-fetched and sadly inaccurate portrayal of end-time events
See genetic code.
The genetic code is the correspondence between the triplet of bases in DNA with the amino acids. The discovery of the genetic code clearly ranks as one of the premiere events of what has been called the Golden Age of Biology (and Medicine). See the entire definition of Code
Keywords:  geotiff, geokey, assigned, values, one
In GeoTIFF, a code is a value assigned to a GeoKey, and has one of 65536 possible values.
a relic of an earlier era in broadcast journalism, an anachronism
a potential vector through which to assert that what is 'technically feasible and commercially viable' is not very much at all
a very sophisticated, very highly ordered technical system
Keywords:  idas, ipa, criteria, scheme, example
A code consists of one or more requirements, standards or criteria, identified as a code, against which an application for a particular development is assessed. A code may be specified in a planning scheme (and located within or outside it) or in IPA or another Act. An example of another Act is the Building Act which specifies the Standard Building Regulation as a code for IDAS.
an example of this
Keywords:  openoffice, copy, free
a (free) copy of OpenOffice
A legal instrument adopted within a political jurisdiction that prescribes the minimum acceptable levels of the design, construction, installation, and performance of materials, components, devices, equipment, appliances used in a building, or building system and/or subsystem.
or Application prescribes additional conditions that must be satisfied for special pricing provisions to apply.
Keywords:  iseries, suit, ibm, drop, touch
CoOperative Development Environment. A suite of utilities for the IBM iSeries (AS/400).
A list of selections usually found in drop-down lists throughout Keep In Touch.  Clients can many of these codes to suit the purposes of their committees.
a remnant of what is likely a seventy-five year old compatibility war, probably between two large equipment manufacturers
The Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code (405 ILCS 5).
a neutral instrument that can be adjusted, but it cannot eliminate the
Scheme The shorthand notation for a known item (exchange, instrument) from the appropriate "scheme".
Council of Ontario Directors of Education
an evolving document and by its very nature cannot be a complete articulation of all ethical obligations
Keywords:  'applet, see
See 'Applet code'
A mapping algorithm that is applied to a variable number of characters (according to linguistic entities) at a time with an intent of concealing the contents of the message.
Keywords:  boiler, vessel, pressure
The A.S.M.E. Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code. ( 055)
A number assigned to represent some characteristic of a risk, e.g., its state of location, its occupancy class, or the type of policy involved.
code object is an object that represents a procedure. Code objects are used for implementation of methods and to associate actions with various events. For example a button object executes its associated code object when depressed. The most typical code object is a message.
a decimal number (to represent valid escape or control sequences for the terminal)
Reused code is code that exists and can be used without modification for the project.
Keywords:  aps, conduct, act, public, service
APS Code of Conduct (s.13 of the Public Service Act 1999)
(Samples) Small, focused pieces of code that can usually be compiled into an application, but most are less than 3,000 lines in size. Designed to demonstrate and teach a specific technology.
Comparative Development (Evolution) initiative
Keywords:  mexico, travel, get, condition, name
a condition to get the travel to mexico name
Keywords:  advertisement, printed, part
a part of a printed advertisement
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a solution to a coordination problem
Keywords:  dimensional, string, digits, one
a one-dimensional string of digits
Keywords:  progress, work
a work in progress
a PIN, Personal Access Code, Value Authorisation Code or any similar information which may be required in order to access your Accounts and which is required to be kept secret.
Keywords:  bar, see, act, result
See bar code.
See The Act.
See Result Code
Keywords:  step, small
a small step
Keywords:  executable, lines
Lines of C code - usually executable code.
attach a code to; "Code the pieces with numbers so that you can identify them later"
Keywords:  modified, project, new, created
New code is code that is created or modified during the project.
a useful tool in addition to the Act for any organization that collects personal information
Keywords:  transmitted, format, data
Format in which data are transmitted.
Keywords:  definition, title, activity
ACTIVITY TITLE DEFINITION
Keywords:  custom, function
a Custom Function (i
Keywords:  local, building, refers
Refers to the local building codes.
Keywords:  court, see
see Court Code