tabulator

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See also: tabulátor and tabülatör

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

tabulate +‎ -or

Noun[edit]

tabulator (plural tabulators)

  1. A person who counts or tabulates things.
  2. The mechanism on a typewriter that sets the position of columns and borders.
  3. (computing) A tab character.
    • 2004, Kari Laitinen, A Natural Introduction to Computer Programming with C# (page 110)
      You can put a tabulator in all those places where a space is allowed. A tabulator character corresponds to, for example, 4 spaces in the program editor.
  4. (computing, historical) An early data processing machine that produces printed lists and totals from data on punched cards.

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French tabulateur

Noun[edit]

tabulator n (plural tabulatoare)

  1. tabulator

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