Used to indicate special characters in HTML. Refer to HTML.
Created in pairs in HTML to indicate markup tags. I.E. <B> this text is in bold. </B> Refer to markup tag.
Serves as a wild card character, to represent one more characters in several operating systems.
Created two separate a user name
from the domain an email address. I.E.
Operating systems such as DOS, OS/2, NETWARE, and Windows utilizes the backslash character to separate the directory name for a filename in the path statement.
UNC Universal Naming Convention.
UNC uses the following format:
Measure of a wires resistance to electrical current.
Serves as a wild card character that represents a single character.
Separates directory levels in operating systems such as Unix and Linux. Refer to \.
Commonly found in Uniform Resource Locators, they are used to separate the protocol or service from the site. I.E. Http://www.xxx.com or http://anotherexample.xxx.com
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