numeric

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  • His numeric knowledge was used to help his father in doing daily book keeping.
  • After the numeric expression, the IF command can take one to three line numbers.
  • If a country changes its name without any territorial change, its numeric code remains the same.
  • Each script is given both a four-letter code and a numeric one.
  • Each numeric data type has its maximum and minimum value known as the range.
  • There is no support for the full numeric tower in the core system.
  • This was replaced by the present-day new numeric system (see below).
  • A player may place several servants in an area in which case their numeric values are added together.
  • This list covers the non-double novels, for both the letter-series and numeric-series books.
  • A curious feature of his album titles is the fact that they are numeric.
  • If it mostly contains numbers then it can also be called a numeric keypad.
  • The presence of a numeric section is not required by the standard.
  • The table also shows the traditional numeric values of the letters.
  • The numeric value represented in each case is dependent upon the value assigned to each symbol.
  • There are two schools of thought regarding how numeric version numbers are incremented.
  • In general, an attribute-value system may contain any kind of data, numeric or otherwise.
  • These performances are then judged on a numeric scale by previously selected members of the audience.
  • Germany had a substantial numeric advantage over Poland and had developed a significant military before the conflict.
  • Despite different appearances, different syntactic forms generally generate the same numeric machine code, see further below.
  • Also, the standard does not prevent a numeric section to be placed left of the alphanumeric section.
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