Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The science of the use and development of alphabetic writing.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The science of representing spoken sounds by letters.

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  • noun dated The science of representing spoken sounds by letters.

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Examples

  • Must i add in that field for A-Z (alphabetics letters) replies this code?

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  • A sound principle is to use only ranges that begin from and end at either alphabetics of equal case ([a-e], [A-E]), or digits ([0-9]).

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  • In the Fed’s own research last year, reported by Education Week, Reading Recovery was the only program "found to have positive effects or potentially positive effects across all four of the domains in the review—alphabetics, fluency, comprehension, and general reading achievement:" . . .

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  • In the Fed’s own research last year, reported by Education Week, Reading Recovery was the only program "found to have positive effects or potentially positive effects across all four of the domains in the review—alphabetics, fluency, comprehension, and general reading achievement:" . . .

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  • The following code is not working properly: '(I can't seem to figure out why. it is suppose to count the whitespace, the digits, the uppercase alphabetics and lowercase alphabetics in the input. int iochar, numdigits = 0, numlower = 0, numupper = 0, numwhites = 0; printf ( "Please enter a phrase: \n\n"); while ((iochar = getchar ())!

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