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code

 (kōd)
n.
1.
a. A system of signals used to represent letters or numbers in transmitting messages.
b. A system of symbols, letters, or words given certain arbitrary meanings, used for transmitting messages requiring secrecy or brevity.
c. An access code.
d. A special command, such as a sequence of keystrokes, that allows a user to activate a hidden or accidental feature in a computer program or video game.
2.
a. The information that constitutes a specific computer program.
b. A system of symbols and rules that serve as instructions for a computer.
3. Genetics The genetic code.
4.
a. A systematically arranged and comprehensive collection of laws.
b. A systematic collection of regulations or rules of procedure or conduct: a building code.
5. Medicine Code blue.
6. Slang A patient whose heart has stopped beating, as in cardiac arrest.
v. cod·ed, cod·ing, codes
v.tr.
1. To convert (a message, for example) into code.
2. To systematize and arrange (laws and regulations) into a code.
3. To assign a code to (something) for identification or classification: coded each response to the survey by age and gender.
4. To express or convey (words) in a manner that implies a different meaning: a novel that codes references to a character's sexuality in descriptions of clothing.
v.intr.
1. Genetics
a. To specify the genetic code for an amino acid or a polypeptide: a gene that codes for an enzyme.
b. To specify the genetic code for a trait or characteristic: a gene that codes for red hair.
2. Computers To write or revise a computer program.
3. Slang To go into cardiac arrest.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin cōdex, book; see codex.]

coding

(ˈkəʊdɪŋ)
n
a method of making something easy to recognize
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.coding - act of writing in code or cipher
committal to writing, writing - the activity of putting something in written form; "she did the thinking while he did the writing"
encoding, encryption - the activity of converting data or information into code
recoding - converting from one code to another
decipherment, decoding, decryption - the activity of making clear or converting from code into plain text; "a secret key or password is required for decryption"
Translations
koodaus

coding

[ˈkəʊdɪŋ]
A. Ncodificación f
B. CPD coding sheet Nhoja f de programación

coding

[ˈkəʊdɪŋ] ncodage mcod-liver oil [ˌkɒdlɪvərˈɔɪl] nhuile f de foie de morue

coding

n
Chiffrieren nt; a new coding systemein neues Chiffriersystem; I don’t understand the codingich verstehe den Code nicht
(Comput: = codes) → Codierung (→ en pl) f

coding

[ˈkəʊdɪŋ] ncodificazione f
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