There is only one numeric value for 400 and it is 400.
It can refer to the absolute value: that is the "positive" (or non-negative) value of the expression.
If you wanted to ask 'Which is the only numeric value that can be assigned to a pointer?', then the answer would be: 0.
Exactly what it says numeric values only.
The Count Function can only be used with numeric data. true or false
an expression with only numbers in it
Inestimable, but if you want to put a numeric value on it... Selling to the right fans could be thousands. I highly recommend holding on to it. Not only will value increase but it would be great to have for your kids.
In the United States, ZIP codes are numeric because they contain only numbers. Postal codes in Canada, for comparison's sake, are alphanumeric, because they contain letters (alpha) and numbers (numeric).
There are 4.
write it 5 times
You have to pay only for 2.5 lacs, where upto 2 lacs is nil and above 2 lacs would be 10% (if am not wrong). For 2.5 lacs, (250000*10/100) = 25000 would be your deduction (roughly!) You can evade by producing, rent receipts, investment in lic, paid medical bills upto 15000, children's tuition fees and many more! Boss, I have to show for 5.5 lacs as tax alone! I am the one supposed to ask the question here :D
If X is a variable, X to the 25 = x^25 = x^5^2 = x^2^5. Because X is only a variable (with no assigned value), a power of X will not produce a numeric value.
Numeric contains only digits, e.g. 1234 but alphanumeric can include letters of the alphabet, e.g. ab12cd
Just write it as 2 to the power n. You can't simplify that, and you can only calculate a specific value if you know the value of n.
Just write it as "12 - x". You can't simplify that, and you can only calculate its value if you know the value of "x".
The is_numeric functions works just fine. It returns trueor false based on whether the input variable is numeric or not. However, it is possible that unexpected results may occur when evaluating something like "34e6", which is a valid number (34,000,000). If you must know if a variable contains only digits 0-9, consider preg_match("/^\d+$/", $input) or similar.
go and get a website that tells you the alpha alphebet the only ones i know are A = alpha C= Charlie D=delta H=holiday R = Romeo J= Juiliet.
With only a numeric keypad - none. You need at least some basic operations or functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
A scalar quantity is a measurement with only a numeric value and not a direction. Time has only a numeric value and no direction and is therefore a scalar. Distance can be either. A distance of 10 metres in a scalar but 10 metres [due] East is a vector, i.e., Along East will be a positive displacement and along West will be negative. But distance is always a positive value as there is no influence of direction. similarly, You don't hear people say "It is -5:00 Am now as the hands moved the other way round." time, no matter what, is a positive quantity and it doesn't depend on direction at all.
ILThis is because I is 1 and L is 50. When a letter with a smaller value is placed just in front of a letter with a larger value, the small value must be subtracted from the larger value. So, 50-1 = 49.WrongCorect Answer is = XLIXand the reason is :-There can be only one subtracted numeral, so we can't write IIX for 8. Only I, X, and C can stand before a larger numeral to subtract from it, and they can't stand in front of numerals more than ten times their value; IX for 9 is fine, but we can't write IL for 49 or IM for 1,999 for that we have to write XLIX or MCMXCIX.
It isn't desirable at all. If you allow a user to enter numeric data via a text field, you cannot guarantee the user will actually enter a numeric value let alone one that is within your accepted range of values. Using a numeric input field eliminates this problem entirely.The VisualBasic NumberUpDown control is a prime example. The user can either type a value directly in the text field or use the up/down controls to increment/decrement the current value. The programmer can specify the range of acceptable values (minimum and maximum), the number of decimal places and the increment amount. If the value is dependent upon the value of other fields, you can programmatically update these properties accordingly. This ensures the user cannot enter an invalid value.Next Answerit depends on the purpose of the information. Sometimes programmers are stuck with using numeric assignments established by an accounting department. If you are only allowing for numeric responses kept as a number, right adjusted, defaulting to preceding zeros, numeric fields can be the way to do it.However, There are occasions where you want a numeric response because the current assigned of values are numeric but there is no arithmetic use of the numeric values. For example part numbers, invoice numbers, voucher numbers, account numbers, phone numbers, social security numbers, tax id numbers, zip codes, etc.An invoice of 1234 is not the same as invoice 01234, 001234, or 12340. A social security number incorrectly entered as 12345678 in a numeric field might be treated as 012345678 when it should be flagged as an invalid entry. Even more, You can decide to use the same field for both a social security number and a Federal tax ID number. There really is nothing wrong with that, you would distinguish them by the format. An SS no. is XXX-XX-XXXX and Fed TaxID is XX-XXXXXXX. Zip code or zip+4 numbers that start with 0 or 00 can have verification problems as numeric fields. Even if you need to convert values to numeric for check digit confirmation, maintaining them as characters may still be preferred.
Verification is the checking process of any form of field that it is blank(empty) or not. mean in verification, fields of any form should not blank or empty.Validation is the checking process of any form of field that the value of the field is correct according to that field like that name field has collect only char value, phone no field has collect only numeric value and so on........