DBCS


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DBCS

(character)
(IBM) double-byte character set.

A character set that uses 16 bits to represent a character.

DBCS

(Double Byte Character Set) A character code that uses one or two bytes to represent one character. It was developed for the Japanese, Chinese and Korean languages. See Unicode.
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They stood side by side at the input subsystem sorters, machines located next to the AFCS and the DBCS that sorted the B.
Army officials said that, despite the unfavorable reviews, the DBCS technology will continue to be improved, and parts of the system are being integrated into the Land Warrior.
Mail destined for the State Annex 32 was sorted at the same time in DBCS number 17 as the envelope addressed to Sen.
Two versions of DBCS will be available, says Cummings.
Three hundred forty-six (59%) of these were from the DBCS machines.
The DBCS continues to be essential to Postal Service operations," said Lukas Loeffler, vice president, Postal Automation of Siemens in the U.
With Xenos d2e Vision software's powerful functionalities, including the DBCS support, we expect pent up demand for innovative use of Xenos software in areas such as e-business and content management," said Tony Chew, Chairman and CEO of iBridge Capital Technology Solutions, a distributor of Xenos software.
IRI VP David Friedland explained that "CoSort can now sort, join, and protect data encoded in most CJK formats," including EUC, Unicode, and IBM DBCS.
Working with Manulife, CSC enhanced VANTAGE-ONE to support the complex character set, called "double-byte character set" or DBCS.
DBCS Download allows agents to receive electronically the data formerly sent on paper as a Direct Bill Commission Statement.
DBC has grown in excess of $600 million in assets since our launch in February and DBCS has submitted regulatory filings for an additional eight commodity and currency based funds," said Kevin Rich, Chief Executive Officer of DB Commodity Services (DBCS), the managing owner of DBC.