noun as in secret language system
noun as in law, rule, or convention
Unlike other, more complex algorithms, it allows a user to take any video of a person’s face and use it to animate a photo of someone else’s face with only a few lines of code.
It will require apps to ask users for permission to collect and share data using a unique code that identifies their iPhones and iPads.
Postal workers expedite millions of ballots to voters and then bring completed ones to county election offices, where they are tracked using bar codes.
She was told that because of her ZIP code, she was a high-risk patient and was moved to a quarantine room to deliver her baby.
Because of an error in the computer code, the researchers say, their findings — that humans outperformed a computer game that simulated quantum mechanics — are not valid.
Based on a true story” is film code for “this may or may not have happened, but almost certainly not in this way.
In Brazil people color code their underwear according to their needs.
These addresses were used by whoever carried out the attack to control the malware and can be found in the malware code itself.
The source code for the original “Shamoon” malware is widely known to have leaked.
Enforcement of U.S Code, Title VII, Chapter 25A “Export Standards for Grapes and Plums” remains fully funded, thank goodness.
It is no part of the present essay to attempt to detail the particulars of a code of social legislation.
The minimum wage law ought to form, in one fashion or another, a part of the code of every community.
Plato, dissatisfied with the laws of his country, wrote out a code of morals and laws which he thought much better.
The objectors consider it to be a most selfish doctrine without any warrant in the civilised code of morality.
Why is a cankered tie indissoluble, notwithstanding the great maxim adopted by the code, Quicquid ligatur dissolubile est?
On this page you'll find 76 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to code, such as: cipher, cryptograph, cryptography, cryptogram, hieroglyphics, and language.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.