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Finally, repeat the first experiment, but this time interrupt the subject's addition periodically with recited alphabetic characters, while the student attempts to keep track of both results simultaneously.
Even this limited use of "numeric" and "non-numeric" is inaccurate; alphabetic characters may properly be included in some numeric data elements such as LCCN, and numerals are frequently found in the data in "non-numeric" fields--in titles, author headings, publication dates, and collations, for example.
To build molecular structures using ChiWriter requires the optional Chemistry Fonts Disk with its set of specially centered alphabetic characters to form the symbols of atoms within molecules and chemical equations.
The raw, unformatted manual pages were only filtered by throwing away format command lines and by converting alphabetic characters from upper to lower case.
A cursive script, Arabic is especially complex because each of its 28 alphabetic characters can take any of four different forms, depending on the adjacent characters.
Such a crash can in fact be touched off using any string of alphabetic characters.
Computers lend themselves to this type of editing, allowing the designer to set up masks or templates for data entry which check for simple errors like putting alphabetic characters in numeric fields or the reverse.
Handwriting Recognition: By incorporating handwriting recognition technology into this new mobile interface, users are able to write as they would on paper without needing to learn special alphabetic characters.
Infomat Products Codes now contain six alpha-numeric characters: the first four numeric characters are identical to the Product Codes found in other Predicasts databases, while the last two alphabetic characters are unique to Infomat and provide additional product-level detail.
Decuma's product line consists of three handwriting recognition software products: Decuma OnSpot, for English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and other Western languages; Decuma Chinese for Simplified and Traditional Chinese; and Decuma Japanese, which supports Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, English alphabetic characters and Arabic numbers.