Definition of Ciphers
1. Verb. (third-person singular of cipher) ¹
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Definition of Ciphers
1. cipher [v] - See also: cipher
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Literary usage of Ciphers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Elementary Treatise on Arithmetic by Silvestre François Lacroix (1825)
"As the ciphers placed at the end of these partial products, ... When the multiplicand is terminated by ciphers, they may at first be neglected, ..."
2. Principles of the Law of Nations: With Practical Notes and Supplementary by Archer Polson, Thomas Hartwell Horne (1848)
"A double key is given to each minister previously to his departure, viz., the cipher for writing ciphers, (chiffre chiffrant,) and the cipher for ..."
3. Guide to the Materials for American History in Roman and Other Italian Archives by Carl Russell Fish (1911)
"Register of ciphers to the nuncios extraordinary at Madrid and Paris. 1713-1721. ... 215 A. Letters and ciphers of the nuncios extraordinary. 1715-1719. ..."
4. Practical Arithmetic: Embracing the Science and Application of Numbers by Charles Davies (1876)
"Also, if a decimal point be placed on the right of an integral number, and ciphers be then annexed, the value will not bo changed: thus, ..."
5. Planned Invasion of Japan, 1945: The Siberian Weather Advantage by Hatten Schuyler Yoder (1997)
"Demand for ciphers. The demand of the Soviets to turn over all ciphers and codes irritated Admiral Ernest King, CNO, rather strongly/'5 He di- 35 Admiral ..."
6. An Introduction to the Elements of Algebra: Designed for the Use of Those by Leonhard Euler, John Farrar (1821)
"If the multiplier is terminated by ciphers, we may, according to the remark in article 31, neglect these also, provided we write an equal number «n the ..."
7. New University Arithmetic: Embracing the Science of Numbers, and Their by Charles Davies (1856)
"Annexing ciphers to a decimal fraction does not alter its value. ... If ciphers are prefixed to the numerator of a decimal fraction, the same number of ..."