character neurosis n.
Any of various disorders in which a disturbed behavior pattern, such as compulsiveness, is part of an individual’s personality and not the result of intrapsychic conflicts.
a short, simple piece, usually for piano, of a type developed chiefly during the 19th century, often of a descriptive or seemingly improvisatory character.
- Character recognition
noun (computing) a magnetic or optical process used to detect the shape of individual characters printed or written on paper
- Character repertoire
character The set of all characters onto which a coded character set maps integers (code positions). For example, consider these two simple coded character sets: Coded Character Set One: integer 0 -> the character “A” integer 1 -> the character “B” Coded Character Set Two: integer 0 -> the character “B” integer 1 -> the […]
the numbers, letters, punctuation marks, and special symbols that can be used by a particular device, as a printer, or in a coding method, as ASCII.