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delimiter

[də′lim·əd·ər]
(computer science)
A character that separates items of data.

delimiter

(character)
A character or string used to separate, or mark the start and end of, items of data in, e.g., a database, source code, or text file.

See also: record.

delimiter

A character or combination of characters used to separate one item or set of data from another. For example, in comma separated records, a comma is used to separate each field of data (see CSV).
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The PRE terminologies consecutively defined in detail are Protocol Reverse Engineering itself, execution trace and network trace, syntax inference (inferring protocol syntaxes) and semantic inference (inferring protocol semantics), binary protocol and text protocol, protocol finite state machine (PFSM) and protocol format, field, keyword, keyword value, delimiter (separator), key-value delimiter and value-value delimiter, correctness, conciseness, and coverage.
You can use these as delimiters to separate out year data into a separate column.
The queue is sorted lexicographically by the first and second indices in the delimiters of the matches.
* Step 4: Check/Select the "Other" box and enter "|" in the "Delimiters" field (i.e., the next box).
Finally, each fixation sequence was partitioned into chunks using the isolate gaze points as delimiters.
(ii) Short Delimiter to reduce the overhead of the transmission shortening the Preamble and Frame Control symbols.
Second, serialized path information is created by walking along the LCRS binary tree in the order of "sibling first, then child node" As illustrated in Figure 4, the serialized path {d, i, j, e, f, g, h, a, c, b} is created by walking through the LCRS binary tree with a few additional delimiters. EAGER uses a fixed size information block to encode the state information.
This simple search function is great, but any librarian worth his or her salt is already wondering about the availability of Boolean operators and other search delimiters. Fortunately, Twitter provides a list of search operators.
The reason was that the environment used by us was case sensitive and was sensitive to delimiters (underscore, dashes, fist letter capital or small )
Punctuation tokens and conjunctions are delimiters between the segments (the vertical line in Fig.
I would say it is the delimiter. Delimiters are the key elements of resultative constructions in general, because their function is to overtly denote the endpoint or end state of the event.
As to the problem of striking the balance between a good night out for some and a good night's sleep for others, the committee has suggested a review of building regulations and noise acts which set out requirements for sound delimiters or sound locks.