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character string

[′kar·ik·tər ′striŋ]
(computer science)
A sequence of characters in a computer memory or other storage device. Also known as alphabetic string.

character string

A group of alphanumeric characters. Contrast with numeric data.
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However, as part of the celebration, the Slifer the Sky Dragon card can be unlocked by finding and defeating the character Strings in Duel Monsters.
collectively "Fujitsu") today announced the development of an artificial intelligence model that can generate highly reliable recognition of handwritten character strings.
Technology to correctly break down handwritten character strings based on degree of reliability
Their password criteria is generally lax--partly our fault for reusing the same simple one on multiple sites, and partly the company's fault for not demanding more stringent character strings.
Searching many different patterns of binary or character strings dynamically is difficult, especially at line rates of 10Gbps or multiple 10Gbps ports.
The database consists of boundary value, overlong character strings, separators, format strings and so on.
Table 1: Plants and Destination Addresses Plant Distribution Warehouse D = Dallas L = Los Angeles A = Atlanta N = New York City DxLx Ship x from Dallas to Los Angeles AxNx Ship x from Atlanta to NYC Ny Pick up y from New York City Lw Pick up w from Los Angeles Dx(note) Dallas special order for x Ay(note) Atlanta special order for y Table 3: Character Strings [S.
Currently, catalogers will still need to create these character strings, which are similar to AACR2's uniform titles.
These are based on 15 character strings and are stored in a database.
The international cast of contributors addresses the challenges of recognizing French accented characters, Farsi characters, Japanese character strings, Chinese text lines, Devanagari letters, and physician scrawl.
The answer to the question is a definite no: most character strings, made from a fixed set of characters, ate incompressible (or very nearly so).
Although it's possible in BACnet to use so-called nonstandard object properties that return other data types such as character strings, dates/ times, and double-precision floats, many BACnet client devices and programs have limited or no support for them, despite that they are allowed in the standard.