code book


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code book

[′kōd ‚bu̇k]
(communications)
A book containing a large number of plaintext words, phrases, and sentences and their codetext equivalents.
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All disagreements and concerns were addressed and the code book was altered to clarify any unclear descriptions.
According to the GCHQ, the message probably is encoded with a codebook or one-time pad encoding system prevalent during the time and deciphering it may require the same code book.
GCHQ said the message consisting of 27 five-letter encoded words cannot be deciphered without its code book.
It was a key setting of bestselling novel The Da Vinci Code book, by Dan Brown.
of Iowa) presents a casebook on family property law, focusing on the Uniform Probate Code and the Uniform Trust Code (although use of an accompanying code book is expected).
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This is the second part of a listing in which Deborah Leipziger, author of "The Corporate Responsibility Code Book," picked her top 10 codes of conduct and corporate standards.
Talking to the media, PCB Chairman Ijaz Butt expressed that PCB has answer to every question in their code book.
The narrative includes a code book, and challenges which are appealing, even though they are solved by the characters rather than the reader.
Mr Singh, who directed the BAFTA Award winning documentary, Fermat's Last Theorem, as well as being the author of books such as Fermat's Last Theorem, The Code Book and Big Bang, will be in Birmingham to challenge the perception that 'maths is boring'.
143 new ones relating to quality improvement measures) and guidelines in the CPT 2009 code book.
The CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) code book has to be used when filing medical claims for professional services.