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- noun The process of
- noun The process of writing computer
- noun An encoding.
- noun A method of communicating important medical information discreetly and quickly between medical professionals and responders.
- verb Present participle of
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- noun act of writing in code or cipher
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** Need very experience PHP programmer … this is advanced coding and need have knowledge in OO coding**
Using O'Malley parlance, the coding is obvious, an attempt to draw in Black support through original urban verb.
The uniqueness of a conscious intelligence source's ability to generate symbolic mappings within coding systems, where no such systems or mappings hitherto existed, is specific and distinguishes the claim from its alternatives.
Bradford: The uniqueness of a conscious intelligence source's ability to generate symbolic mappings within coding systems, where no such systems or mappings hitherto existed, is specific and distinguishes the claim from its alternatives.
With a genome size of ~580 kb and approximately 480 protein coding regions, Mycoplasma genitalium is one of the smallest known self-replicating organisms and, additionally, has extremely fastidious nutrient requirements.
All chemistry that would be required for the Fig. 7 pathway, not just coding, is already known to be within the repertoire of small RNAs.
Michelle Kessler thinks coding is fun and still occasionally writes HTML by hand.
I love the home key in coding, it gives me a small thinking break: P pdragonfly
Flash game coding is ludicrously easy compared to almost any other game development toolset.
The thematic coding is almost identical, though Miller huffed-and-puffed, while Lieberman spoke evenly, struggling with a cold.