Usually a reference to the check number. This number is sometimes in the printed in micr data.
An eight digit number which identifies an observation.
a piece of text on a collaboration diagram that indicates the relative execution order of the associated message in the interaction being modeled
Every record has a sequence number variable that indicates its chronological position, relative to the person's other cancers. A sequence number of 0 indicates that the record is the person's only cancer. Any larger sequence number indicates the record's position among two or more cancers. For example, a sequence number of 3 represents the third of at least three cancers that the individual had. Sometimes a person's first record in the database has a sequence number of 2 or greater. This indicates that the person had one or more cancers prior to the time when their cancer history began to be collected by the database. It is known that they had cancer previously, but the details of the cancer are not known, and so no record exists for it in the database.
(Seq): A field in a Tagging File detail record containing a sequential number, from 1 to 9999, that individually identifies each Tag Detail record within a Tagging File.
Number that indicates the relative position of a block in the program.
Sequence Numbers are usually applied to each record in a data file and are especially useful for files that need to be kept in a certain order, or for mailing with matching elements.
A number indicating the order packets belong in the message to ensure the packets are in the right order.
A number which is imprinted on each FTD document during scanning. The number consists of year, cycle, and an eight-digit serial number.
Sequence numbers are modeler-defined identifiers for processes and activities. A process and its activities have the same sequence numbers in each process that references it.
A sequence number is a unique seven-digit number that DSP assigns to each submitted proposal in order to track and identify the proposals. The sequence number is an internal University of Iowa number and is not used by the sponsor.