coder

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code +‎ -er

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coder (plural coders)

  1. A device that generates a code, often as a series of pulses.
  2. A person who assigns codes or classifications.
    • 2007, Gerald J. Miller, Kaifeng Yang, Handbook of Research Methods in Public Administration (page 715)
      Others may be subjective ratings made by the coders who independently read the studies, such as sex stereotype of the job []
  3. (computing) A programmer.

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code +‎ -er

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coder

  1. to code; to encode

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