numeric format

numeric format

[nü¦mer·ik ′fȯr‚mat]
(computer science)
The manner in which numbers are displayed in the cells of a particular spreadsheet.
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Well, if you take this date and place it in its numeric format, 12/13/14, you will get the last sequential set of numbers for 2014.
Switch back to a numeric format to see the actual count.
The CIP-13 legislation that came into force in France at the start of the year requires external packaging of every pharmaceutical product to carry more information than before: namely, a Datamatrix bar code made up of the 13-digit CIP-13 code plus three lines of human-readable text--the CIP-13 code in numeric format, batch number and expiration date.
A large, bright dual display enables users to measure two different parameters of the same signal from one test connection and view the results in graphic or numeric format.
While the text feedback condition did not include the normative data and graphic numeric presentation included in the numeric format, both formats were expected to activate behaviour regulation.
To determine if there was a positive relationship between the numeric format and number of errors and a negative relationship between the graphic format and number of errors, a paired difference approach was used (see Table 1).
It is clear that if you are to develop a risk-rating model for credit risk overseas, some form of country risk grading system must be employed and used as an overlay to the basic credit risk model, Countries are typically rated using an alpha scheme (AA through D for example) while the corporate risk models normally use a numeric format.
Minimum, maximum, average, absolute, and differential temperatures can be displayed in graphical or numeric format.
When all the scores have been converted to numeric format, they should be totaled for each course of action.
Readings for up to five layers are indicated simultaneously in graphic and numeric format on the units large, built-in display.