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error code

[′er·ər ‚kōd]
(computer science)
A specific character punched into a card or tape to indicate that a conscious error was made in the associated block of data; machines reading the error code may be programmed to throw out the entire block automatically.
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Users who were unable to access Spotify saw an error code 4 appear.
However, when the ELT was armed, it showed an error code of three flashes.
In addition, over 10KM optical transmission without error code is available for this module.
Seven-segment error code display, programmable middle position
Often the customer, and more specifically the operator, can provide vital information that can be used in conjunction with the error code information to establish the root cause of the failure.
The user documentation shall contain the necessary instructions for error correction, error code list.
A customized online user interface allows technicians to input a forklift model and associated error code.
Launching the app results in the Netflix logo with spinning circle for approximately one minute then the error code UI-113 appearing.
When they plug the vehicle into their diagnostic rig as part of their standard vehicle preparation procedure and, depending on the model, an error code will show what has occurred.
Nigel Stephenson, 65, was clocked twice in five days by separate mobile cameras, which picked up an error code from his white Jaguar.
One of the first indicators of trouble is the sudden appearance of an error code, usually hundreds of them that have not been seen before.
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