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 system of instructions making up software. A system of symbols making up cipher text.
A system of secret communication in which standard units, or code groups, are substituted for units of varying length in the plaintext.
Any method of passing messages, such as visual or electronic morse code, code flag pennants and semaphore.
The words and tags used to created a web page
In EDP, a system of symbols and their use in representing rules for handling the flow or processing of information.
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A system for hiding the meaning of a message by replacing each word or phrase in the original message with another character or set of characters. The list of replacements is contained in a codebook. (An alternative definition of a code is any form of encryption which has no built-in flexibility, i.e there is only one key, namely the codebook.)
a word used in the hospital to designate different emergencies ("code red" = fire, "code blue" = patient not breathing/without a pulse). In conversation, a patient who "coded" always refers to a code blue.
A system of symbols or their use in representing rules for handling the flow or processing of information; to actually prepare problems for solution on a specific computer.
Each of your items must have a unique code. The Code can be displayed to your customers on your item pages. It must not contain any spaces, symbols, or non-alphanumeric characters.
a coding system used for transmitting messages requiring brevity or secrecy
a character string (letters, figures or symbols) that for brevity and/or language independence may be used to represent or replace a definitive value or text of an attribute
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a condition free teacher supplies to get the two-letter-aero-domain name
a condition to get the online stock exchange two-letter-aero-domain name
a condition to get the two-letter-aero-domain executive background check name
a generalized function defined on R N or a subset which defines a correspondence between each word of the set or subset and a desired item
an agreement in advance that one thing symbolizes another
a prearranged word, sentence, or paragraph replacement system
a series of letters taken as a unit, or some other symbol or representation to represent a word or phrase
a set of all the words that will be used in any given message and the words (or numbers) with which to replace them
a set of rules governing the order of symbols in communication
a set of signals or symbols that represent letters, numbers, or ideas
a set of words or numbers which are substituted for other words by the use of a kind of dictionary
a special kind of term (or name) used for reasons of brevity (as in computer systems with limited storage capacity) or secrecy (e
a system for concealing a message by replacing words or phrases with symbols
a system of secret communication in which each word in a message is replaced with another word, letter, sentence or symbol
a system of symbolic replacements for phrases, words and letters
a way of encrypt ing a message where substitution s are done at the word level
One to three RIASEC letters that indicate which Holland types a person, occupation, field of study, or leisure area most resembles.
the usage of characters or words to represent words, sentences, or ideas. Morse code is a common example, where combinations of dots and dashes represent letters and numbers.
In the context of the Holiday Data, this term is also referred to as Three-Letter Code. In the context of the Trading Hours Data, this term is also referred to as Four-Letter Code. The Codes are not case-sensitive.
A system of communication which piggy-backs on language by creating a one-to-one relationship between the elements of the code and the letters of the alphabet. Used in situations where language can not be used. Examples are Braille for communication with the blind - a code in which patterns of raised dots represent the letters of the alphabet, American Sign Language (ASL) for communication with the deaf - a code in which hand signs represent the letters of the alphabet, and Semaphore for communication at a distance where there is visual contact but not auditory contact - a code in which the pattern of the positions of two flags represent the letters of the alphabet. Morse code for communication at a distance where there is neither auditory or visual contact, but there is a wire along which can be passed a series of short and long signals by interrupting the electric flow along the wire.
A system for replacing words, phrases, letters or numbers by other words or groups of letters or numbers for concealment or brevity.
encryption using substitution on the word or phrase level
Formatting output through combinations of letters, numbers, and symbols, all of which represent instructions to a computer software program. Tagging logical units of text, such as paragraphs and subheads, implements codes.
A set of unambiguous rules specifying the way in which data may be represented, for example, the set of correspondences in Standard Code for Information Interchange. In data communications, a system of rules and conventions according to which the signals representing data can be formed, transmitted, received, and processed. In data processing, to represent data or a computer program in a symbolic form that can be accepted by a data processor.
To translate a given set of data or items into a set of quantitative or qualitative symbols.
A set of rules that enables us to understand the meaning of signs and symbols.
A number and/or letter (sometimes used in conjunction with your last name) which designates you as a competitor in the tournament. This is used on all postings, ballots, and cume sheets.
A method of transforming texts by substituting words or phrases according to an agreed dictionary or codebook.
A system used to obscure a message by use of a cipher, mark, symbol, sound, innocuous verse, or piece of music. ("Two lanterns in the church tower . . .")
the unit of instructions that can be executed on a computer; to represent data in a symbolic form acceptable to a computer; programming commands
means of representing data/information in digital form. For example, the ASCII code ( merican tandard ode for nformation nterchange) represents letters of the alphabet and other symbols in the form of seven digital bits (single binary digits, eight of which comprise a byte). The term also refers to the representation of computer programs, as in source code (human readable form) or machine code (a form which can be interpreted by a computer), and writing a program is sometimes described as coding (see also Software). Encoding is the process of converting information into a particular code.
Invokes the RPN Assembler to create a new word called wordname. See the chapter on 68000 ASSEMBLY.
a system of words, letters or signs which are organised to create meaning, or a system of numbers, letters or signals which is used to represent something in a shorter, more convenient or secret form.
Refers to the Core Business Unit job object, that requires players to guess a combination of letters
A symbol used to classify data for the purpose of analysis.
A system of symbols. Its purpose is to render communication between humans possible. Because symbols are phenomena that substitute for ("signify") other phenomena, the communication itself is a substitution: it substitutes for the experience of that which it "means."
substitution of groups of two or more letters or numbers for the letters, numbers, words, phrases etc in the message to make them compatible with the transmission system
A symbolic value that uniquely identifies an item. A code can be an abbreviation, or a combination of numbers, symbols and letters.
entirety of code words of a alphabet
Any secret word, number, or signal which identifies at the central station the individual operating the burglar alarm system.
In cryptography, a code is a disguising transformation that (unlike a cipher) also chunks – and thereby shortens – the message, as when a number stands for a standard five-word phrase. More generally, as in genetic code, code refers to the transformation of a representation's short form into its long-form implementation. As such, it is analogous to a matrix. Code may also simply refer to the short form itself, such as a DNA base-pair sequence capable of generating a particular protein.
A system of changing entire words or phrases into something else.
Instructions to the computer. To write instructions for the computer. A representation of a condition, such as an error code. To represent data or a computer program in a symbolic form that can be accepted by a data processor.
can be defined as any set of characters, symbols, or even sounds (think Morse code) that represent another set of characters, symbols, or sounds. Online, code refers to the mysterious Chee-tos-and-Pepsi-fueled, 3-a.m. stuff that programmers generate, and can be used as a noun or a verb: "Our coders were up all night coding code." In this sense, code refers to the instructions written by programmers that only computers, software applications, or other programmers can understand.
A set of unambiguous rules specifying the way in which data may be represented. Numbers and letters used to represent information.
A system of signals or symbols used for communication
Words, numbers, letters or symbols used to replace words, letters, and phrases such as 007 for James Bond.
Code is a combination of mark and space conditions representing symbols, figures, or letters.
usually refers to Morse code, but used for others such as baudot.
In communications, a code is a rule for converting a piece of information (for example, a letter, word, or phrase) into another form or representation, not necessarily of the same type. In communications and information processing, encoding is the process by which a source (object) performs this conversion of information into data, which is then sent to a receiver (observer), such as a data processing system. Decoding is the reverse process of converting data, which has been sent by a source, into information understandable by a receiver. (see Decoding methods) A codec is an implementation of that rule (or algorithm) for coding and decoding, for example MP3, which may be a hardware implementation or a software implementation, and which may include compression.
In cryptography, a code is a method used to transform a message into an obscured form, preventing those not in on the secret from understanding what is actually transmitted. The usual method is to use a codebook with a list of common phrases or words matched with a codeword. Encoded messages are sometimes termed codetext, while the original message is usually referred to as plaintext.
In metadata, the representation term code refers to, and is used in the name of, data elements whose allowable values can be represented as enumerated lists. Each enumerated value is a string that for brevity represents a specific meaning. For example, for a PersonGenderCode the allowable code valid values might be "male", "female" or "unknown".