What is another word for codes?

Pronunciation: [kˈə͡ʊdz] (IPA)

Codes are sets of instructions or symbols that convey meaning or carry out a specific task such as programming or encryption. There are various synonyms for the word "codes" that can be used interchangeably depending on the context. Examples include cyphers, ciphers, scripts, algorithms, instructions, commands, keys, passwords, protocols, and standards. These different synonyms for codes are used to communicate instructions and ensure that the information being transmitted is accurate and secure. Whether it's for computer programming or sending secret messages, understanding the different meanings and nuances of these synonyms can enhance communication and ensure the effectiveness of the codes being used.

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Usage examples for Codes

We find there silly codes of honor, idiotic conceptions of justice, amazing viewpoints of morality.
"The Literature of Ecstasy"
Albert Mordell
codes of morality were in existence before Plato, Kant, or Spencer rose to speculate upon them.
"John Dewey's logical theory"
Delton Thomas Howard
You know the Lithuanian Jews-they rather despise books of devotion, but stuff themselves with the Talmud and the codes.
"Stories and Pictures"
Isaac Loeb Peretz

Famous quotes with Codes

  • We worked on solving the problem of voice communications in a noisy military environment. We established military codes that are highly audible and invented selection tests for personnel who had a superior ability to recognize sound in a noisy background.
    M. H. Abrams
  • The insurance industry communicates through codes and check-off boxes. If there's no check-off box for you, you don't exist.
    Jack Anderson
  • You do not know our culture, our ethics, or the unwritten codes that already provide our society more order than could be obtained by any of your impositions.
    John Perry Barlow
  • There certainly is a lot of political pressure for states to adopt the new federal tax codes. But there is no law that requires them to do so.
    John Barry
  • I cannot help thinking that the menace of Hell makes as many devils as the severe penal codes of inhuman humanity make villains.
    George Byron

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