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zero suppression

[′zir·ō sə′presh·ən]
(computer science)
A process of replacing leading (nonsignificant) zeros in a numeral by blanks; it is an editing operation designed to make computable numerals easily readable to the human eye.
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zero suppression

Eliminating leading zeros for readability. For example, 00000001542 becomes 1542.
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