Secret writing

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Possible Answers: CODE, CIPHER.

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Random information on the term “CODE”:

Crude Oil Data Exchange (CODE) is an electronic business standard sanctioned by the American Petroleum Institute. CODE was initially implemented as the standard in 1978. It provides field formats and record layouts to facilitate the transmission of crude oil run tickets between oil producers and oil transporters. Oil statement records were added to the system in January 1986. In 1989, tank increment records were added to the standard.

CODE users receive digitized run tickets, summary statements and tank tables to import into their accounting software in order to process this information electronically.

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Random information on the term “CIPHER”:

This article presents a list of commands used by DOS operating systems, especially as used on x86-based IBM PC compatibles (PCs). Other DOS operating systems are not part of the scope of this list.

In DOS, many standard system commands were provided for common tasks such as listing files on a disk or moving files. Some commands were built into the command interpreter, others existed as external commands on disk. Over the several generations of DOS, commands were added for the additional functions of the operating system. In the current Microsoft Windows operating system, a text-mode command prompt window, cmd.exe, can still be used.

The command interpreter for DOS runs when no application programs are running. When an application exits, if the transient portion of the command interpreter in memory was overwritten, DOS will reload it from disk. Some commands are internal — built into COMMAND.COM; others are external commands stored on disk. When the user types a line of text at the operating system command prompt, COMMAND.COM will parse the line and attempt to match a command name to a built-in command or to the name of an executable program file or batch file on disk. If no match is found, an error message is printed, and the command prompt is refreshed.

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