A style of writing in large characters; text-hand also, a kind of type used in printing; as, German text.
To write in large characters, as in text hand.
From Extensible Markup Language (XML) 1.1 ( 2004-02-04) A parsed entity contains text, a sequence of characters, which may represent markup or character data.
Text messaging, also known as SMS (Short Message Service), enables you to send and receive text messages up to 160 characters long. Some mobiles will let you send and receive longer messages.
Sequence of characters conveying human-readable information.
A sequence of characters that form part of a transmission sent from the data source to the data sink, which contains the information to be conveyed. It may be preceded by a header and followed by an "End of Text" signal. In ASCII as well as in general communications usage, a sequence of characters treated as an entity if preceded by a "Start of Text" and followed by an "End of Text" control character.
The information portion of a transmitted message, as contrasted with the header, check characters, and end-of-text characters. Sometimes called "body" of the message.
A sequence of characters that forms the part of a transmission that is sent from one application to another over a network.
Unicode character output from a recognizer.
Characters that make up a message or other piece of information.
A string of characters. A text file should contain only characters -- as opposed to codes or commands.
a continuous sequence of characters, music is a sequence of sounds and a picture is a sequence of colors
a sequence of characters enclosed inside square brackets
a short digital message between devices
Alphanumeric characters kept in a text, not graphic, format.
An arrangement of CHARACTERs in an understandable, communicative manner.
Data presented with alphanumeric characters, usually in the form of words, sentences, and paragraphs. Typically, the term text refers to pure text stored as ASCII codes (that is, without any formatting). Objects that are not text include graphics, numbers (if they're not stored as ASCII characters), and program code.
Character data (letters, numbers and symbols) that is more or less legible to human readers. Plain Text, scripts and HTML are examples of text files.
The letters, numbers, and characters on a keyboard.
Ordinary, readable characters, including the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet, the numerals 0 through 9, and punctuation marks.
Data composed only of standard ASCII characters, without any formatting codes.
Human-readable alphanumeric characters, as opposed to machine-readable bar codes.
Text' has two meanings (see section T. Commands for Human Languages): Data consisting of a sequence of characters, as opposed to binary numbers, executable programs, and the like. The basic contents of an Emacs buffer (aside from the text properties, q.v.) are always text in this sense. Data consisting of written human language, as opposed to programs, or following the stylistic conventions of human language.
Letters, numbers, and punctuation. Text is different than graphics in that the former only specifies which letters etc. will appear, not how they will appear, while the latter only specifies how something looks, not which characters comprise it. English text is almost always stored in a code called ASCII. There is no standard for storing pointed Hebrew in text format. See also graphics.
A sequence of characters. Characters are those included in the Unicode/ISO/IEC 106464 repertoire.
Digital representation of information as alphanumeric characters, encoded in a format such as ASCII; as distinguished from an image or bitmap representation of the information.
adj. Refers to a file or I/O mode which is intended for handling human-readable text, specifically, printable characters arranged into lines. Compare binary, sense 3. See question 12.40.
is data in unformatted ASCII code.
Message conveyed in characters only.
Field data type that contains letters, numbers, or special characters. 3.16 data type, 13.5
A portion of a document expressed in characters (as opposed to sound or graphics).
In terms of files, a file that contains characters only from the ASCII character set. In terms of FTP, a mode that assumes the files you will be transferring contain only ASCII characters. You set this mode in FTP with the ASCII command.
Data consisting of a sequence of characters, as opposed to binary numbers, images, graphics commands, executable programs, and the like.