code block

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code block ‎(plural code blocks)

  1. (programming) A block of sourcecode; often one which is delimited by brackets, or in some similar way, depending on the language.
  2. (coding theory) A string, usually of a certain specific length, of characters, which have been encoded and transmitted to a receiver

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