alphanumeric instruction

alphanumeric instruction

[¦al·fə·nü¦mer·ik in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
The name given to instructions which can be read equally well with alphabetic or numeric kinds of fields of data.
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The operating technician receives real-time non-discretionary alphanumeric instructions to direct the precise trade execution.
The technology is a combination of hardware, software and satellite-fed data, presented in the form of real time charts and non-discretion alphanumeric instructions to the operating technician.