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fixed field

[¦fikst ′fēld]
(computer science)
A field in computers, film selection devices, or punched cards, or a given number of holes along the edge of a marginal punched card, set aside, or “fixed,” for the recording of a given type of characteristic.
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Correctly code the Lang fixed field (008/35-37) for music that does not include sung or spoken text and for music that includes only humming, wordless texts, and/or nonsense syllables.
Figure 36 shows temperature-sweep data taken with fixed field and angle.
R(E + [E.sup.-1] is the fixed field of <[sigma]>, and R(i) that of <[tau]>).
Fixed field length means that dbase reserves the full predetermined field length within each field, regardless of the number of characters actually entered.
Field 007, the Physical Description Fixed Field, contains coded information about the physical characteristics of an item.
The fixed field structure works well for most data, but there are times when you need to include variablelength text as part of the record.
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"Save Format gives you the opportunity to save your data in either Comma Delimited or Fixed Field formats." (p.
Additional information on the fobs: Format C15001, Fixed Field: 900 Genuine HID Product.
For example for the planetary lander application the desired high number of image elements thatthe system has to scan on a fixed field of view to image the target full frame has a strong time constraint due to the dynamics of the landing.