Definitions

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  • noun computing The way in which symbols are mapped onto bytes, e.g. in the rendering of a particular font, or in the mapping from keyboard input into visual text.
  • noun A conversion of plain text into a code or cypher form (for decoding by the recipient).
  • verb Present participle of encode.

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  • noun the activity of converting data or information into code

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Examples

  • Replace the ISO-8859-1 with the encoding you would like to use. the database is not corrupt in vBulletin is working properly. your charset is ISO-8859-1, if i change $encoding = 'ISO-8859-1'; on the other should not succeed with errors?.

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  • Replace the ISO-8859-1 with the encoding you would like to use. the database is not corrupt in vBulletin is working properly. your charset is ISO-8859-1, if i change $encoding = 'ISO-8859-1'; on the other should not succeed with errors?.

    phpBB.com

  • The encoding property (DOMDocument:: $encoding) value also doesn't affect

    Zend Developer Zone

  • Check to ensure that it's a valid character per our encoding hashtable we defined earlier Not IsNothing (_encoding (CurrentSymbol))

    The Code Project Latest Articles

  • That "encoding" is such that it will react to subsequent reactions either internal or external.

    Against Darwinism

  • That "encoding" is such that it will react to subsequent reactions either internal or external.

    Against Darwinism

  • Hey Laura, the ammunition encoding is a very serious and scary reality.

    Your Inauguration Reaction

  • Hey Laura, the ammunition encoding is a very serious and scary reality.

    Your Inauguration Reaction

  • Your alt+0243 = ó and the easier alt+162 = ó both show correctly using IE7 if my browser encoding is set to Western European.

    Strange Characters (accents, not humans)

  • Your alt+0243 = ó and the easier alt+162 = ó both show correctly using IE7 if my browser encoding is set to Western European.

    Strange Characters (accents, not humans)

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  • My adjectival use: 'They must use an encoding scheme.'

    August 22, 2011