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  2. Black Codes (United States) - Wikipedia

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    The Black Codes, sometimes called Black Laws, were laws governing the conduct of African Americans (free and freed blacks). In 1832, James Kent wrote that "in most of the United States, there is a distinction in respect to political privileges, between free white persons and free colored persons of African blood; and in no part of the country do the latter, in point of fact, participate ...

  3. Comparison of code generation tools - Wikipedia

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    SharePoint, C#, VB.Net, Java, ASP.Net, HTML, SQL Database 2009 5.0 Proprietary: Code-g flexible pattern based code generator Abstractmeta Java 0.30 / 2012-05-20

  4. Induction puzzles - Wikipedia

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    One strategy for solving this version of the hat problem employs Hamming codes, which are commonly used to detect and correct errors in data transmission. The probability for winning will be much higher than 50%, depending on the number of players in the puzzle configuration: for example, a winning probability of 87.5% for 7 players.

  5. Lego Mindstorms NXT - Wikipedia

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    Next Byte Codes & Not eXactly C. Next Byte Codes (NBC) is a simple open-source language with an assembly language syntax that can be used to program the NXT brick. Not eXactly C (NXC) is a high level open-source language, similar to C, built on top of the NBC compiler. It can also be used to program the NXT brick.

  6. Kim Kardashian 'is not happy' about Kanye West mocking Pete ...

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    Kim Kardashian "not happy" about Kanye West's "Skete Davidson dead post." (Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for the Met Museum/Vogue)

  7. WYSIWYG - Wikipedia

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    In computing, WYSIWYG (/ ˈ w ɪ z i w ɪ ɡ / WIZ-ee-wig), an acronym for What You See Is What You Get, is a system in which editing software allows content to be edited in a form that resembles its appearance when printed or displayed as a finished product, such as a printed document, web page, or slide presentation.

  8. Building design - Wikipedia

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    An architect is a person trained in the planning, design and supervision of the construction of buildings. Professionally, an architect's decisions affect public safety, and thus an architect must undergo specialized training consisting of advanced education and a practicum (or internship) for practical experience to earn a license to practice architecture.

  9. Carriage return - Wikipedia

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    Originally, the term "carriage return" referred to a mechanism or lever on a typewriter.For machines where the type element was fixed and the paper held in a moving carriage, this lever was on the left attached to the moving carriage, and operated after typing a line of text to cause the carriage to return to the far right so the type element would be aligned to the left side of the paper.