Definitions for "Tokens"
Unofficially issued for monetary purposes and usually made from cardboard or plastic.
The circular cardboard counters, 3 CSA and 12 USA, included with each deck. They are used for marking control of cities, active Enigma cards and each player's supply point total. A normal game requires two sets of tokens (6 for the CSA and 24 for the USA). In the unlikely event that you run out of tokens, you may use any convenient items, such as coins, as additional tokens.
Tokens, also called keywords, automatically populate a field with specific information. An inserted token is displayed in the field but the actual token reference displayed. For example, if the #Manager:FirstName# #Manager:LastName# is used then KE determines the department manager and automatically displays the manager's first and last name. The tokens available for use are predetermined.
Keywords:  fob, embedded, smart, chip, small
A small device with an embedded computer chip that can be used to store and transmit electronic information.
A security token (sometimes called an authentication token) is a small hardware device that the owner carries to authorize access to a network service. The device may be in the form of a smart card or may be embedded in a commonly used object such as a key fob.
Keywords:  stamp, string, punch, peel, prospect
An action device; the purpose of which is to involve the prospect in the offer. It can be anything from a coin, peel-off stamp or a punch-out paper piece that is inserted into the order form.
Obtain tokens from string
Strings of digits representing a certain amount of currency. The issuing bank validates each token with a digital stamp.
The means to denote the status of an element or qualifier within a registry; e.g., proposed, recommended, conforming (to the namespace), obsolete, or local.