Definitions for "Literal"
A literal is a variable or its complement
A sequence of characters used literally (not interpreted as a variable or function name), also known as a "string".
A variable (either true or inverted) in a Boolean equation.
a kind of term that reflects a specific value or instance of a Type. See Chapter 4
A character representation of an actual data value in an SQL statement.
Expression of a symbol. Used to state explicitly the value of a symbol. (i.e. COST = 13.09)
without interpretation or embellishment; "a literal translation of the scene before him"
limited to the explicit meaning of a word or text; "a literal translation"
lacking stylistic embellishment; "a literal description"; "wrote good but plain prose"; "a plain unadorned account of the coronation"; "a forthright unembellished style"
Keywords:  dpml, anydoc, handprint, icr, ocr
Synonymous with text. A literal can be machine print (OCR) or handprint (ICR). Static literals on a document can help OCR for AnyDoc with registration points and to identify a form type.
A literal within DPML is an inline XML document appended below a parent element. A literal must have only a single root node. Literals are frequently used as static operators.
Giving a strict or literal construction; unimaginative; matter-of-fact; -- applied to persons.
a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind
of the clearest kind; usually used for emphasis; "it's the literal truth"; "a matter of investment, pure and simple"
According to the letter or verbal expression; real; not figurative or metaphorical; as, the literal meaning of a phrase.
Following the letter or exact words; not free.
Consisting of, or expressed by, letters.
a data that is not executed, merely evaluated "as is", to be used as arguments to commands
an object one cannot make any assertions about
a non-modifiable data object
a PSB-final hypothesis if it is declared to be so by the KB author and only appears in a rule conclusion
an identfier which stands for a particular entity
Keywords:  rdf, graph, terminal, point
a terminal point in the RDF graph
an operand that is directly used by the computer, as opposed to a reference to a memory location
a number that is fixed when the program is assembled, and cannot be changed as the program runs
A symbol or a quantity in a source program that is itself data, rather than a reference to data.
a basic computer language element that cannot be further reduced