code position

code position

[′kōd pə′zish·ən]
(computer science)
A location in a data-recording medium at which data may be entered, such as the intersection of a column and a row on a punch card, at which a hole may be punched.

code position

(character)
An integer that a coded character set maps to a character. A code position is normally stored or transmitted by applying a character encoding to turn it into a byte string.
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75%) had a relatively lower percentage of Social types as the first code position.
The participants from 3 graduate programs predominantly identified Social as their primary vocational personality type, with variability in the secondary and tertiary code positions.
Overall, except for the dominant Social types across all three groups, there was diverse variability of vocational personality characteristics represented in the second and third code positions.
One quarter of first-listed MHD-DCs were in the first-listed diagnostic code position, 56% of the MHDDCs were within the first three diagnostic code positions, and 77% were within the first five.
When the code position agrees with that held by the senior financial officer, it merely reinforces practices that should already be followed.
This feature lets operators adjust code position with a simple turn.
Specialized cameras were mounted on the top of lift trucks looking up to read large, 2D bar code position markers installed in the ceiling.
This feature lets operators adjust code position with a simple turn and a further advantage is the visible red aiming beam, which shows the accurate position of the laser head for pristine printing.
With a large field of view and an optional dynamic focus function, the device easily identifies different code positions, object heights and transport speeds.
45) in any of the 10 diagnosis code positions for a 14-year period (1991-2004).
The Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G-l, has approved a proposal from the Army Combined Arms Support Command to create a skill identifier for personnel who have attended the Theater Logistics Studies Program (TLog) and to code positions in the force structure for those graduates.