Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Code"

The meaning of "Code" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does I'd expect the code to not execute it. mean?
A: I think = と思います

expect は複数の意味を持つ :
- 何かを予期する。
- だれかが来るのを待っている。
- することを求める。

- 何かをだろうと思う。

Q: What does a sub-division code mean?
A: This is probably refering to a home address. A sub-division is a type of housing scheme, usually in the suburbs.
Q: What does what does "code blue" mean?
is that good situatiob or bad situation? mean?
A: Code blue is just a way of saying this is important or an emergency in a joking manner "Hurry, I dropped the milk. Code blue!"
Q: What does I know what that's code for. mean?
A: In a sense yes, when the boss says "yeah. i know what thats code for" the code is that the young guy said the boss works him harder than he would like when he mentioned that the boss is tough, but the young guy made the sentence less harsh by adding "but its worth it."
Code for is more like a hidden meaning behind the sentence if I try to complicate it less haha
Q: What does code switching from the onset of the relationship with equal knowledge of the languages spoken by both partners mean?
A: In this context, "code switching" means being able to think/speak different languages and quickly switching between them.

The sentence sounds a little confusing...the wording is weird. But I think it simply means that, in a relationship where both partners can speak the same languages, the two people can communicate to each other in those languages. They can also quickly change from speaking one language to speaking another language.

I hope that make sense!

Example sentences using "Code"

Q: Please show me example sentences with code.
1. I'm good at coding.
2. Do you know the code?
3. How do I code this?
4. The code isn't complicated.
Q: Please show me example sentences with code.
A: In my friend’s school, there is no dress code.

Synonyms of "Code" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between coding and programming ?
A: A coder is someone who translates logics into a language machine will understand. Coding is more language oriented, whereas programming is different. It's the bigger picture and a programmer deals with much more than just writing codes which is just the beginning of what makes up the tasks of a programmer.
Q: What is the difference between code and law ?
A: Code is a rule. "The school dress code is no shorts." A law is a forbidden rule. "If you break a law, you go to jail."
Q: What is the difference between code and password ?
A: codes are usually smaller (4 digits max) or are a word with a hidden meaning.
Q: What is the difference between code and principle ?
A: Code means a collective of principles (in this context).

Translations of "Code"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1. cold
2. code
A: Cold = Ko-old
Code = Kou-d
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 登録内容変更にはsecurity codeが必要です。 issuanceボタンを押してsecurity codeを発行してください。 登録メールアドレスに届いたsecurity codeを使用して、登録内容を変更してください。
A: To change the contents of the register, you'll need a security code. Press the "issuance" button and publish a security code. You'll receive it via the register email address. Use that security code to change the register.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? criminal code must include the problem of medical error
A: It's a little unclear what your saying so I can't really correct it.

Other questions about "Code"

Q: What does " Is it code that will create more problems for human developers further down the line?" mean?

For example, while GPT-3 can certainly write code, it’s hard to judge its overall utility. Is it messy code? Is it code that will create more problems for human developers further down the line?
A: I don't know enough about coding to give you the full context, but from what I've read, it appears that the author is questioning if coding will create problems for human development in the future
Q: I wish you would learn the code of behavior.
does this sound natural?
A: Or “I wish you would understand the expected behavior”

“code of conduct” would be used for official things like businesses. But not for things like behavior at home

“code of behavior” sounds like an uncommon term
Q: Please show me how to pronounce cold and code. Feel free to give some example xD.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: quoted codes as outdated does this sound natural?
A: If the codes are both quoted and outdated, you would say, "I'll make a pull request for quoted, outdated codes."

If the codes are in two categories, some are only quoted and some are only outdated, you would say, "I'll make a pull request for both quoted and outdated codes."
Q: What about following codes, to Lua controls the lifecycle of C++ objects. does this sound natural?
A: "How about this code, to control the lifecycle of C++ objects from Lua."

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