1. alphabetic The letters A through Z and a through z. 2. alphanumeric The letters A through Z and a through z, and the numbers 0 through 9. control Any non-printable characters. The characters are used to control devices, separate records, and eject pages on printers. 4. numeric The numbers 0 through 9. 5. special Any of the punctuation characters or printable characters that are not alphanumeric. Include the space, comma, period, and many others.
Each number or letter sent to your pager is a character.
Single term for either letters or figures. See "Faces" for face types. (See "Styles" for letter styles)
Individual type face letters, figures, punctuation marks, etc. of the alphabet.
To bring good luck and guard against misfortune, Chinese characters were frequently incorporated into ornamental designs as auspicious objects. Shou means "longevity." Wan means "ten thousand." Xi means "joy." Ji means "luck." Shuangxi means "double happiness," a popular wedding symbol of both happiness and longevity. A Swastika symbolizes"ten thousand" and longevity. It was originally a symbol of Buddha's heart, and was a term borrowed from Sanskrit (the ancient language of India).
When referring to text-based advertising, characters include any letter, symbol, number or space.
Characters are letters or symbols used in communication.
Any individual letter, punctuation, symbol or spaces are referred to as characters.