from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of alphanumeric.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a character set that includes letters and digits and punctuation marks.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a character set that includes letters and digits and punctuation
Sorry, no etymologies found.
So-called luxury brands of automobiles tend to denote individual models, not by names, but by alphanumerics: 328i, LS460, E550.
What about "+" signs though, are they similarly meaningless, or as important as the alphanumerics?
Her readout flared the time, alphanumerics superimposed over the gray steel chests.
Blue alphanumerics winked the time, low in her left peripheral field.
Cut to Dr. Virginia Rambali, Sociology, NYU, her name, faculty, and school pulsing across the screen in pink alphanumerics.
The digital display pulsed his name in alphanumerics, Wintermute informing her of the link.
When the optic chip flared, the alphanumerics were haloed, each one ringed with a faint pink aura.
Responding to our post from last Monday ( "Don't overspend on electronics"), one commenter, Gary, vented his frustration with the ever-shifting alphanumerics.
Take a sentence, misspell a couple of letters with random characters, or insert random non-alphanumerics i.e.
Aside: Why is it that your ostensible “premium” automobiles like my Infiniti I30, which even has a vowel fercrissake always go for alphanumerics, while the brands sold to regular folk who might wear tennis shoes have real live names?