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  • Sometimes, one brother coded on paper while the other used the computer.
  • Only the case before the highest court is coded per state.
  • Specific actions are color-coded based on the type of action they are.
  • Once coded, the team's game systems did not work as intended.
  • These front-end search engines can also be coded in numerous programming languages.
  • Each knowledge type is also color-coded making them fast to recognize and learn.
  • Should the field data change, the already coded function call will still be accurate.
  • Many cities in the New England area are located near cod fishing grounds.
  • In addition to public schools, Cape Cod has a wide range of private schools.
  • Blue cod can also change sex from female to male.
  • The various sections of the deck have been known at times by color-coded names.
  • His own study of the cod fisheries also appeared as part of the series.
  • Students are separated into two different school houses, which are colour-coded as gold and blue respectively.
  • To easily show the concept, the distance at which each model is used is hard coded in the source.
  • This suggests that Murray cod only managed to cross into east coast river systems once.
  • Most programs, however, are coded to use one particular method.
  • For the three-contact example given above, the Gray-coded version would be as follows.
  • Since these variants were not hard-coded into the original game, some players did not follow the special rules.
  • George has, however, mentioned that his clothing is color-coded based on his mood.
  • The tunnel walls are color-coded to make it simple for cast members to determine their location.
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Meaning of cod

  • noun Lean white flesh of important north atlantic food fish; usually baked or poached
  • noun Major food fish of arctic and cold-temperate waters