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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of encode.


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  • Reddit user discovered after preordering the game, all but one of the soundtrack's 23 songs lists the phrase "encoded by Arsa13" in its ID3 tag.

    Ars Technica

  • If this transmitter does not receive a certain encoded daily transmission, the robot shuts down.

    By your command

  • The protein encoded by that gene was no longer formed.

    Press Release: The 2006 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

  • Then each number is assigned a finite string of symbols in the natural language, and in certain cases the string will define a number, Val (n) = “the decimal number which is determined by the expression encoded by n and interpreted according to the rules of the natural language”.

    Paradoxes and Contemporary Logic

  • Sulston also showed that the protein encoded by the nuc-1 gene is required for degradation of the DNA of the dead cell.

    Press Release: The 2002 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

  • None of that would happen if the tag encoded the URL directly, as I believe the QR tags actually do. Feed

  • Based on this input, and on Susan Kitchen’s input (the 2020 Hindsight link above), I have committed and deployed a change to the Feed Validator to issues warnings if elements like content: encoded is encountered in items.

    A Busy Developer’s Guide to RSS 2.0 « Scripting News Annex

  • The sound pumped out by the E3c is so clear and detailed, it reveals quite clearly how badly a lot of MP3 files are encoded, which isn't apparent with standard iPod earbuds, nor with a pair of good-quality headphones.

    Change Your Input, Get an Earful

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  • So I got a copy of the DVD, and discovered that the U.S. edition of the film has the English subtitles encoded right into the video.

    Brad Ideas - Comments


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  • My adjectival use: 'You need to understand the encoded instructions'.

    August 19, 2011