Japon yazım düzeni çok karmaşıktır, iki binden fazla karakteri olan üç tane alfabe vardır. - The Japanese writing system is very complicated, it has three alphabets with more than two thousand characters.
char·ac·ter·ize characterizes characterizing characterized in BRIT, also use characterise1. If something is characterized by a particular feature or quality, that feature or quality is an obvious part of it. This election campaign has been characterized by violence A bold use of colour characterizes the bedroom
a) [ISO] A member of a set of elements used for organisation control or representation of data A character can be a graphic character or a control character b) Common term for glyph used in writing languages
1) A single group of bars and spaces which represent an individual number, letter, punctuation mark, or other symbol 2) A graphic shape representing a letter, numeral, or symbol 3) A letter, digit, or other symbol that is used as part of the organization, control, or representation of data
A single location on a computer system capable of holding one alphabetic character or numeric digit One or more characters are held in a field One or more fields make up a record, and one or more records may be held in a file or database table
A unique or extraordinary individuality; a person characterized by peculiar or notable traits; a person who illustrates certain phases of character; as, Randolph was a character; Cæsar is a great historical character
the inherent complex of attributes that determine a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; "education has for its object the formation of character"- Herbert Spencer an actor's portrayal of someone in a play; "she played the part of Desdemona"
approval If you say that someone has character, you mean that they have the ability to deal effectively with difficult, unpleasant, or dangerous situations. She showed real character in her attempts to win over the crowd I didn't know Ron had that much strength of character
(1) a symbol used in writing, distinguished from others by its meaning, not its specific shape; similar to grapheme It relates to the domain of orthographies and writing See orthographic character (2) specific to the implementation of computers and other information systems See also abstract character and encoded character
(1) The smallest component of written language that has semantic value; refers to the abstract meaning and/or shape, rather than a specific shape (see also glyph), though in code tables some form of visual representation is essential for the reader's understanding (2) Synonym for abstract character (See Definition D3 in Section 3 3, Characters and Coded Representations ) (3) The basic unit of encoding for the Unicode character encoding (4) The English name for the ideographic written elements of Chinese origin (See ideograph (2) )
Characters form the contents of an Emacs buffer; see section Character Set for Text Also, key sequences (q v ) are usually made up of characters (though they may include other input events as well) See section Kinds of User Input
You use character to say what kind of person someone is. For example, if you say that someone is a strange character, you mean they are strange. It's that kind of courage and determination that makes him such a remarkable character What a sad character that Nigel is
Your character is your personality, especially how reliable and honest you are. If someone is of good character, they are reliable and honest. If they are of bad character, they are unreliable and dishonest. He's begun a series of personal attacks on my character Mr Bartman was a man of good character
n , adj 1 n an object of type character; that is, an object that represents a unitary token in an aggregate quantity of text; see section Character Concepts 2 adj a (of a stream) having an element type that is a subtype of type character The most fundamental operation on a character input stream is read-char and on a character output stream is write-char See binary b (of a file) having been created by opening a character stream (It is implementation-dependent whether this is an inspectable aspect of the file, or whether any given binary file can be treated as a character file )
The persona or role adopted by a player during the game In the Realms II LARP system, a character must have a name, but there are few other requirements See the character page for more details on how to create a character, and what is required to play one
approval If you say that a place has character, you mean that it has an interesting or unusual quality which makes you notice it and like it. An ugly shopping centre stands across from one of the few buildings with character
(1) The smallest component of written language that has semantic value Character refers to the abstract idea, rather than a specific shape (see also glyph), though in code tables some form of visual representation is essential for the reader's understanding (2) The basic unit of encoding for the Unicode character encoding, 16 bits of information (3) Synonym for ``code element'' (4) The English name for the ideographic written elements of Chinese origin
If someone's actions are in character, they are doing what you would expect them to do, knowing what kind of person they are. If their actions are out of character, they are not doing what you would expect them to do. It was entirely in character for Rachel to put her baby first What else could make him behave so out of character?
a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability; "requests for character references are all to often answered evasively"
Heritable trait possessed by an organism; characters are usually described in terms of their states, for example: "hair present" vs "hair absent," where "hair" is the character, and "present" and "absent" are its states
A symbol standing for a sound, syllable, or notion used in writing; one of the simple elements of a written language, for example, the lowercase letter a or the number 1 Compare character code, glyph
A member of a set of elements used for the organization, control, or representation of text (ISO2022, as adapted by XPG3) Note that in ISO2022 terms, a character is not bound to a coded value until it is identified as part of a coded character set
The peculiar quality, or the sum of qualities, by which a person or a thing is distinguished from others; the stamp impressed by nature, education, or habit; that which a person or thing really is; nature; disposition
Quality, position, rank, or capacity; quality or conduct with respect to a certain office or duty; as, in the miserable character of a slave; in his character as a magistrate; her character as a daughter
A letter, digit, or symbol that is used as part of the organization, control, or representation of data A character is often in the form of a spatial relationship of adjacent or connected strokes A single group of bars and spaces that represents an individual number, letter, punctuation mark, or other graphic font A graphic shape representing a letter, numeral, or symbol
If something has a particular character, it has a particular quality. The financial concessions granted to British Aerospace were, he said, of a precarious character The state farms were semi-military in character. = nature
The character of a person or place consists of all the qualities they have that make them distinct from other people or places. Perhaps there is a negative side to his character that you haven't seen yet The character of this country has been formed by immigration. = nature
Activities in the laboratory or the field undertaken to establish the geologic conditions and the ranges of the parameters of a candidate site relevant to the location of a repository These activities include borings, surface excavations, excavations of exploratory shafts, limited subsurface lateral excavations and borings, and in situ testing to evaluate the suitability of a candidate site for the location of a repository, but do not include preliminary borings and geophysical testing to assess if site characterization should be undertaken
Site sampling, monitoring, and analysis to determine the extent and nature of releases Characterization provides the basis for acquiring the necessary technical information to develop, screen, analyze, and select appropriate cleanup techniques
the fictional or artistic presentation of a fictional personage A term like "a good character" can, then, be ambiguousit may mean that the personage is virtuous or that he or she is well presented regardless of his or her characteristics or moral qualities Close Window
The process of creating an ICC profile that describes the unique color characteristics of a particular device such as a monitor, scanner, color printer, and printing press Press Profiles may be based on standards such as SWOP Resultant ICC profiles define the gamut of a device in the context of a device-independent color space so that colors may be mapped to or from the device gamut
Facility or site sampling, monitoring and analysis activities to determine the extent and nature of a release Characterization provides the basis for acquiring the necessary technical information to develop, screen, analyze, and select appropriate cleanup techniques
The author's ability to populate their stories with unique, individual people who are living and breathing to the reader When two people have a conversation in a novel, the reader should be able to know who is saying what, without the name tags, based on how well the author has developed the character
A set of tests applied to a fabrication process, a microcircuit, or a subsystem used to measure critical process or performance parameters under all anticipated electrical and environmental conditions, and to measure how changes in those conditions and parameters correlate
The process of testing an integrated circuit in sufficient detail to qualify the process by which it was manufactured and measure the associated process margins This is separate from testing, which is done on product for shipment to verify outgoing quality (SM*)
Devices which allow the reader to learn what the character is like and which makes that literary figure seem more like a "real person" than words on a page Characters are characterized by narrative description (we are told directly), by their actions (we see for ourselves that the character is either consistent with what we have been told or, sometimes, quite different), or by other characters' reactions to or feelings about them (when "good" people respond positively to a particular character, that person is generally "good," the same goes for when pets-read, dogs!-respond negatively to-read, growl or bite!-a character, we know they are a bad, bad person, no matter what the narrator says )
char·ac·teri·za·tion characterizations in BRIT, also use characterisation Characterization is the way an author or an actor describes or shows what a character is like. Chaucer's characterization of Criseyde. see also characterize
a graphic or vivid verbal description; "too often the narrative was interrupted by long word pictures"; "the author gives a depressing picture of life in Poland"; "the pamphlet contained brief characterizations of famous Vermonters"
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