In various indoor games, a score or tally, sometimes, as in American billiard games, marked by buttons threaded on a string or wire.
A hoax; a trumped-up or "fake" story.
a sequence of similar objects or events sufficiently close in time or space to be perceived as a group; a string of accidents; a string of restaurants on a highway.
To hoax; josh; jolly; often used with along; as, we strung him along all day until he realized we were kidding.
In the context of HEX API, a C string, i.e. a NULL-terminated string of characters (bytes).
A sequence of bytes. Since bytes are used to encode text, "string" is often used as a synonym for "word" or "phrase" in electronic text-processing environments. Special uses of the term include search string (the string to be matched in a searching operation) and replacement string (the string to be substituted for occurrences of the search string in a replacement operation).
Any series of characters can be called a text string. The term "string" is usually used to distinguish numbers stored as text (e.g. a social security number) versus a true number needed for calculations.
A string refers to a sequence of characters, words, or other elements that are connected to each other in some way. A search string usually refers to a string of words or a phrase that is used to search and locate or retrieve a specific piece of information contained in a database or a set of documents.
Any sequence of letters, numbers, digits, bits, or symbols.
An array that has one name and can hold up to 255 characters. The size of the string can be given in the string declaration as well.
The combination of characters that creates the text of a Web Page.
This Visual Basic Type holds up to a maxium of 32767 characters. String constants are enclosed in quotes. The form String * n in a Dim statement declares a fixed character string whose ascii values are zero (null character).
This function returns a string consisting of n sets of the characters in str. 0= n = 32767.
to connect icons to each other in sequence with the ROBOLAB string tool
A sequence of related elements.
(IEEE) (1) A sequence of characters. (2) A linear sequence of entities such as characters or physical elements.
a sequence of characters. Strings in Icon are values in their own right, not arrays of characters.
A data structure composed of a sequence of characters identified with a symbolic name. In C/C++, a string is terminated with a null character ('\0').
a series of characters, a text string, for one.
Sequence of characters enclosed in quotes, for example, "abc".
An ordered succession of characters or symbols drawn from a finite alphabet.
See character string.
A word or group of words or characters that can be searched or queried for, such as a "Street Name" or "Parcel ID Number".
combination of letters/characters.
Any contiguous set of alphabetic and numeric characters that will be treated as a unit.
A series of two or more text characters.
a basic type, the values of which are arbitrary sequences of char s starting from zero
a chain of characters
a character array with a null character as the terminator at the last element
a character, a symbol, a word or a group of words that you ask the compiler to display "as is"
a character or a combination of characters that constitutes text of any kind and almost any length
a character or characters that won't be Integers are good for counting and keeping track of what's Although Visual Basic
a character series between quotes
a char array
a collection of ascii characters that supports both insertion and removal
a connected sequence of objects from some starting point
a constant consisting of a series of ASCII characters enclosed in single quotation marks
a constructed filter primitive that consists of a sequence of bytes terminated by a null byte
a dense list of characters
a dynamic-length array of characters
a fine linear sequence of symbols from the alphabet
a finite sequence of symbols from an alphabet, Sigma
a good candidate for translation if it contains a sequence of three or more letters
a good example of an array
a group characters strung together
a group of characters considered as one unit, as opposed to a single character as we introduced above
a group of characters enclosed in quotation marks
a line of text, and is typically anything from a single character to several dozen words
a linked list of characters, plus a node that indicates how many characters are being stored
a list of Char elements as usual
an arbitrary length sequence of characters
an array of characters and a vector is an array of arbitrary objects
an array of char objects
an array of chars, terminated by a null character
an array of numbers that translate to ASCII (character) symbols
an array of type CHAR, each element of the array being capable of storing one character
an array of type char in the C programming language
an EList of chars
an empty space, a character, a word, or group of words considered as an entity
an immutable list of characters (cannot be changed)
an immutable sequence of characters Immutable means that it cannot be modified once it has been created I
an immutable set of characters
an object representing a series of characters
a nonquoted set of characters
an ordered collection of characters
an ordered sequence of zero or more characters
an ordered set of "characters" from this alphabet
an sequence of one or more characters
a null terminated array of characters
a null-terminated array of char
a particular case of memory array ( it is a memory containing printable characters only)
a quoted series of characters or hexadecimal digits
a range of characters accessible in sequential ordered fashion
a range of characters marked with apostrophes
a sequence of character symbols, or literals enclosed by " " (double-quotation marks)
a series of alpha-numeric characters
a series of characters, each of which is one byte
a series of characters enclosed in a pair of double quotation marks (")
a single dimension array of characters terminated by a zero byte
a specialized vector (one-dimensional array) whose elements are characters
a specialized vector whose elements are of type character or a subtype of type character
a stream of characters and white-space
a variable length array of characters
a variable that holds a word, or a few words, or a mixture of characters, that do not mean anything besides for a quote
a vector of characters (see section Characters ), they are generally used for storing and manipulating pieces of text
A short transparent tail appearing as if a thread of non-homogeneous glass were incorporated in the glass.
Used for the following representations of text: a packed array (see section 4.23, SWI-Prolog specific), a list of character codes or a list of one-character atoms.
A sequence of letters, digits and symbols which can form words and numbers.
A contiguous sequence of characters identified with a symbolic name.
Any sequence of words or characters on a line.
A contiguous sequence of characters treated as a unit. Strings are normally bounded by white spaces, tabs, or a character designated as a separator. A string value is a specified group of characters symbolized by a variable.
Context A term in programming. Definition string is a sequence of characters. A character can be defined as the encoding of any single glyph which your computer screen can display. In Prolog+CG, strings are enclosed in "double quotes". Examples For example, the following are all strings (in fact, they are string constants) in Prolog+CG:"This is a string" "SoIsThis" "Bah bah black sheep" "[Peter,Paul,Mary]" "c3p0" All of these are strings because they are sequences of characters enclosed in double quotes. This is in spite of the fact that, had the double quotes not been there, some of the strings would have been either identifiers, lists, or variables.
In computer parlance, a sequence of characters.
A sequence of elements of the same nature, such as characters considered as a whole. For example, character string, binary string, and hexadecimal string.
A sequence of characters used to represent text.
A group of letters, spaces and punctuation (collectively known as characters) put together end to end. A string is basically English text, with double quotation marks round it. Here are some examples of strings: "To be or not to be, that is the question." "Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3." "#£$%&^!!!! Listen who swears! Christopher Robin has fallen downstairs!"
A datum consisting of a sequence of characters, such as I am a string. Constant strings are written with double-quotes in the awk language, and may contain escape sequences. See section Constant Expressions.
a connected sequence of characters
A sequence of characters or symbols.
a connected non-branching sequence of line segments specified as the ordered sequence of points between those line segments. Note: A string may intersect itself or other strings.
A string is a sequence of characters combined, such as “String Number 1”. Strings can be added to each other, such as “You are “+”so smart” = “You are so smart
A string in 'C' is an array of characters terminated by a Null character ('\0').
A named character string defined by a user with the McIDAS-X TE command. A character string can be accessed by programs using parameter retrieving functions. It has two uses: it provides a shorthand method of entering commands and it allows programs to access keyword values predefined by the user that are not actually entered when the program begins. String names may contain no more than 12 alphanumeric characters; strings may not exceed 160 characters.
A process consisting of a series of threads or a series of characters.
A string is a kind of Lisp data object which contains a sequence of characters. Many Emacs variables are intended to have strings as values. The Lisp syntax for a string consists of the characters in the string with a `"' before and another `"' after. A `"' that is part of the string must be written as `\"' and a `\' that is part of the string must be written as `\\'. All other characters, including newline, can be included just by writing them inside the string; however, backslash sequences as in C, such as for newline or `\241' using an octal character code, are allowed as well.
A sequence of characters. See also word.
A continuous sequence of characters.
A string to SM is a sequence of characters enclosed in single quotes: 'This is a string'. Strings are primarily used in vector expressions, but are also used in a few other places (e.g. to specify a format for a PRINT or READ command). Note that characters in double quotes are not strings to SM, merely characters protected from variable expansion.
An array of ASCII characters.
A sequence of text characters. The details of string representation depends on implementation, and may include character sets that support international characters and graphics.
A collection of one or more characters.
Data type. A string is a sequence of characters.
primitive with an immutable sequence of characters as its value. The String object is a wrapper around a string primitive.
A linear sequence of symbols (characters or words or phrases).
A group of characters that represent one or more lines of text.
A variable that can contain a consecutive series of text characters of varying length and terminated by a NULL character. See also Character, NULL and Data Types.
Any sequence of zero or more characters.
n. An array of char, or a malloc'ed region, containing a sequence of characters terminated with .
An alphanumeric data type. String values are either variable length (up to 2 billion characters) or fixed length (approximately 64,000 characters); longer strings require more memory. Strings can include numbers, letters, and ASCII symbols. String values use the prefix str and the type-declaration character $ (the dollar sign).
An alphanumeric character or series of characters surrounded by quotation marks.
A bunch of characters strung together to create words/phrases.
A consecutive series of letters, numbers, and other characters. "afsH(*&@~" is a string; so is "The Mad Hatter". Anti-virus applications often use specific strings, called virus signatures, to detect viruses.
A special syntactic notation, which, by default, denotes a code-list, e.g.: "SICStus" In iso execution mode, by setting the Prolog flag double_quotes, the meaning of strings can be changed. With an appropriate setting, a string can be made to denote a char-list, or an atom. Strings are not a separate data type.
A set of alpha numeric characters used as input for calculations or searches.
A group of characters or character bytes handled as a single entity. Computer programs use strings to store and transmit data and commands. Most programming languages consider strings (such as 2674:gstmn) as distinct from numeric values (such as 470924). See also: transmitting station ID (TSID) string
A list of characters that make a bit of text.
A group or sequence of characters.
A sequence of ASCII characters grouped together. These characters can include standard alphanumeric characters as well as control codes and extended characters. Opto 22 SNAP serial communication modules can be used to read strings coming from serial devices and write strings to those devices. Using OptoScript in PAC Control development software simplifies string handling.
Sequence of multiple lines connected to each other represented by series of point coordinates.
A series of alphanumeric characters of any length enclosed by quotes.
In computer programming and formal language theory, (and other branches of mathematics), a string is an ordered sequence of symbols. These symbols are chosen from a predetermined set.