code position[′kōd pə′zish·ən]
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.
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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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