Definitions for "SYMBOL "
A system of letters used to uniquely identify a stock or mutual fund. Symbols...
Something that is supposed to typify or stand for something else. Many symbols are mere "survivals" -- things which having no longer any utility continue to exist because we have inherited the tendency to make them; as funereal urns carved on memorial monuments. They were once real urns holding the ashes of the dead. We cannot stop making them, but we can give them a name that conceals our helplessness.
A visible sign or representation of an idea; anything which suggests an idea or quality, or another thing, as by resemblance or by convention; an emblem; a representation; a type; a figure; as, the lion is the symbol of courage; the lamb is the symbol of meekness or patience.
Keywords:  reusable, reuse, clip, movie, polygons
A graphic shape of arbitrary purpose. This may be characters (used for alphabetic languages), mathematical symbols, punctuation symbols or ideographic characters or the like. In ISO-terms this is called a glyph.
The word has many different meanings in many different contexts. In Semiotics.... In typography a symbol is a non-alphabet character (such as the copyright symbol ©) in alphabet-based languages. In Macromedia Flash symbol is used for a graphical object that can be animated. In terms of function Flash symbol is similar to the Director cast. A Flash symbol is any image object that is made a symbol by adding it to a library. Symbols can be reused. Animations can only be applied to symbols. A symbol put on the developer's stage is called an instance of the symbol.
The reusable graphic or animation contained within the library.
a calculated check character computed from the eleven prior numbers
a case-insensitive immutable string, often used where you might use an enum in C
a hybrid between a string and an identifier
Keywords:  digraph
an 'a-e' digraph
an o-e digraph
Keywords:  ticker, preix, vfinx, vanguard, rowe
same as ticker symbol
See ticker symbol
An abbreviation of a company name. All stocks, bonds, and mutual funds have symbols. Ticker Symbol, may also be used.
Keywords:  upside, 'wedge, down, 'r, 'v
an upside-down capital 'R'
a small open 'o' or upside-down 'c'
a 'wedge' or upside-down 'v'
a lexical token
a lexical variable, declared implicitly
a named address of a program entry point or a variable, and more
The identifier code assigned to each publically traded investment by the exchange it is traded on.This code is used to identify the correct fund in all transactions. This symbol may only loosely resemble the newspaper listing - these tend to be phonetic abbreviations of fund names.
See identifier.
A name that identifies a memory location (usually for data).
Keywords:  shorthand, elsif, epitome, beliefs, ada
Any unit of any work of literature which can be isolated for critical attention. In general usage restricted to the smaller units, such as words, phrases, images, etc.
an Ada identifier, or an Ada reserved word, with the exception of if , else , elsif , end , and , or and then
a picture in epitome, and conveys in its simple outline the longings, hopes, dreams and beliefs of those who use it
Any representation that, when structured or combined, produces meaning.  Verbal, written, mathematical and visual languages are compilations of symbols and are used to convey meaning.
a general representation like a word or conception
a group of pins, attributes, and lines showing an iconic representation of an electronic component
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A character or glyph that has some mathematical meaning. It can be a quantity, variable, relation, or operation.
learners will often use a recognised symbol system (such as Widgit, or those related to health and safety or mathematical systems) but may also have developed a more individualised system of symbols. It is good practice for teachers and trainers to communicate with all people who spend time with the learner to ensure a consistent approach to symbols and their use.
It is a short expression for a company name. The stock exchange has given each company a symbol via which they recognise it. Eg. The symbol for Infosys Technologies Limited is INFOSYSTCH at the NSE.
a name, usually in a specific Namespace
an atom which names a rule to be evaluated
A modulation symbol is the interval of time during which the modulated parameter of the radio waveform is held (approximately) constant. For a system with one symbol per bit, such as GSM and related systems, the symbol duration is the same as one bit duration. For GSM and relatives, the frequency is held approximately constant for one bit interval.
The shortest unit of transmission in a digital channel consisting of one of n possible waveforms. There may be more than one symbol per bit as in a convolutional code, or more than one bit per symbol as in QPSK.
an image or form giving the best expression available to a content whose meaning is still largely unknown
an image trying to express truth
an image which contains a meaning of greater significance than its concrete manifestation
a mysterious doorway into a deeper experience, it both points to this deeper experience as well as containing the energy to achieve it
any part of an historical faith (e.g., a doctrine or a ritual) that has, in addition to its literal meaning, another deeper meaning with a moral content.
a generalized image of a reality
an agent of unity and convergence that has the power to disclose the reality and at the same time actually make it present
an outer and visible form of an inner and spiritual reality
Keywords:  schwa, hook
a schwa with a hook
Keywords:  neckchain, i've, charm, bite, apple
an apple with a bite taken out of it, and I've met a man who was wearing this as a gold charm on a neckchain
a wiggle (or a non-wiggle) in the phase of the carrier or subcarrier
Phase range of a sine wave.
SYMBOL brings double entry financial accounting to your web browser. Includes Debtors, Creditors, Payroll, Timesheets, budgeting and multi-dimensional accounting. Using Apache, Perl and PostgreSQL with extra features including text versions of reports.
an Inupiat hunter moving aggressively toward a successful future in a vast, beautiful and sometimes harsh world
Casablanca Conference. 14-23 January 1943.
Keywords:  eth, consonant, bar, script, sort
an eth, sort of a script 'd' with the bar crossed
a script 'a'
a vertical bar below the consonant
Keywords:  iota, epsilon, lower, case, capital
a lower-case epsilon
a small capital I or a lower-case iota
an abbreviation for the name of an element; for example, C for carbon.
An abbreviation assigned by the stock exchanges to refer to a security. For example, XRX is the symbol for Xerox.
In parsing terms, a symbol is the building block of a grammar and can be either a terminal or nonterminal. Essentially, the term "symbol" is used to refer to either of its two forms.
an EnvironmentKey with a null property component
Keywords:  concert, retailer
a retailer of a concert
Keywords:  comprehending, divers, parts, form
a form of comprehending divers parts
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That which is thrown into a common fund; hence, an appointed or accustomed duty.
A research method in which a questionnaire or interview is used by researchers to gather facts or determine the relationship between facts.
Keywords:  allotment, share
Share; allotment.
Keywords:  alias, digit
Alias used for Digit
Keywords:  creative, seed
a seed, a creative seed
Keywords:  referenced, inc, ibm, trades, toy
The symbol used to designate a security for trading.
The way a certain Security is referenced in the market. Ex: International Business Machines trades under the symbol IBM. Stock in the Toys R Us Inc. trades under the symbol TOY.
Keywords:  denote, pattern, value, points, part
a pattern, any pattern that denotes or points to some other pattern
a value that is part of a pattern
a name used to denote a value
Keywords:  conveys, story, telling, scheme, unique
A unique signal state of a modulation scheme used on a transmission link, which conveys one or more information bits to the receiver.
a way of telling a story and a way of conveying meaning
Keywords:  lisp, list, structure, function, common
a Lisp data structure that has a value cell, a property list, a function cell (in Common Lisp), and so on
Keywords:  decomposed, unit, parts
a unit which is not decomposed into parts
Keywords:  triangle, background, black, red
a Black Triangle on a Red Background
a law, or regularity of the indefinite future
a constant whose value is controlled and unique across an S
a unique state of the communication channel, distinguishable by the receiver from all other possible states
Keywords:  preset, synonyms, defined, way, user
a user-defined synonym, to be used the cg same way as the preset synonyms
Keywords:  shortened, version, term
a shortened version of a term
a material structure, whose function can not be derived from physical laws, but which is selected for its contribution to the survival of an individual
Keywords:  category, social
a social category
In digital communications, a symbol is the smallest unit of data transmitted at one time.
Keywords:  height, function, compute
a function to compute the height
Keywords:  chemical, see
see chemical symbol
Keywords:  attached, type, data, value
Data type. Symbols are values which can have a value attached.
To symbolize.