code line

code line

[′kōd ‚līn]
(computer science)
In character recognition, the area reserved for the inscription of the printed or handwritten characters to be recognized.
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or Traffic Control Systems (TCS) equipment, code line configurations, grade crossing
Alogent Payments Gateway collects and retains items captured throughout the day and supports balancing, reject and code line repair, as well as the creation of cash letters.
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The second is magnetically, to acquire the bank code line information, which must be printed in magnetic ink on the bottom of the checks per ANSI X9 specifications--which Check 21 has adopted as the existing standard for processing bank code lines.
Looking at programming code line by line or module by module is a daunting task, so efforts are underway to develop an automated system to ensure a program doesn't "phone home and tell some other country our business," he said.
You'll see a code line above your name that ends with the date of the very last issue we can send you.
The bottom line is that the job of the programmer has changed from manually entering the code line by line and hoping that an error wasn't made to supervising the work of the computer and making high-level decisions about the best way to machine the part.
Cigital sent a small team to Agile's facility several times to review the software code line by line.
There is a solution, but it involves going into those computer systems to review every code line and make changes where necessary to ensure compliance.
For example, the contents of a drill cycle code line are displayed, such as retract code, X move, Y move, Z depth, replane, tool length offset, coolant, and speed.
When the bar code line is read, the property management software automatically pulls information on payments from its stored lease database.