alphanumeric characters


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alphanumeric characters

[¦al·fə·nü¦mer·ik ′kar·ik·tərz]
(computer science)
All characters used by a computer, including letters, numerals, punctuation marks, and such signs as $, @, and #. Also known as alphameric characters.
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into existing text, replacing non alphanumeric characters with the graphical images for the purpose of brand exposure.
A traditional 12-key phone keypad can be used to enter alphanumeric characters as dictated by the application.
QR codes are two-dimensional matrix barcodes that function much like product barcodes, except they possess the ability to hold thousands of alphanumeric characters of information.
Types specify the format of data, such as alphanumeric characters, floating-point numbers or more complex data structures, such as Web pages and database queries.
The Videojet EXCEL [R] 2000 can print one to three lines of code at speeds of up to 278 m a minute, bar-codes and up to 1832 alphanumeric characters per second, dependent on the font selected.
Heilmeier developed an interest in the unique properties of liquid crystals, and used them to fabricate flat displays capable of showing alphanumeric characters.
3-line backlit LCD display with 30 alphanumeric characters.
It can print up to three lines of code at speeds up to 278m an hour, bar-codes and up to 1832 alphanumeric characters a second.