alphabetic character


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alphabetic character

[¦al·fə¦bed·ik ′kar·ik·tər]
(computer science)
A letter or other symbol used to form data, other than a digit.
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Proceeding through the first chapters of Dagh-e Nang, we find this Iranian edition functioning to alter not only Hawthorne's alphabetic character but also his human characters, subtly reforming the identify of his four protagonists.
Next, call off a list of 15-20 random alphabetic characters while the subject mentally keeps track of the number of vowels recited, while being timed.
Sonnet 122 paints an optimistic picture in which the alphabetic characters of the beloved's "tables," by being transferred into living memory, will last "even to eternity" (1 and 4).
They work with software applications to translate alphabetic characters, including numbers and punctuation marks, and speak aloud (Reed, 2002).
Because the English language had not been formalized in the eighteenth century, there were problems involving varied spellings and different alphabetic characters that are no longer in use.
Do use a password with mixed-case alphabetic characters.
The best passwords are combinations of alphabetic characters and numbers, like "5rudabaga67.
We also hypothesized that wrist and forearm postures when typing text consisting of mostly alphabetic characters would be different than postures assumed when typing alphabetic text that included a large number of numeric characters.
Large blood centers may use the first two characters of the seven-digit donation identification number as alphabetic characters to identify the mobile or fixed collection site at which the product was collected.