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  Character entity references in HTML 4
A character entity reference is an SGML construct that references a character of the document character set.
The entities defined here are not intended for the representation of modern Greek text and would not be an efficient representation; rather, they are intended for occasional Greek letters used in technical and mathematical works.
The character entity references in this section are for escaping markup-significant characters (these are the same as those in HTML 2.0 and 3.2), for denoting spaces and dashes.
www.w3.org /TR/html4/sgml/entities.html   (889 words)

  
  Data Modeling: Entity-Relationship Model   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Entities are usually recognizable concepts, either concrete or abstract, such as person, places, things, or events which have relevance to the database.
Subtypes entities are used in generalization hierarchies to represent a subset of instances of their parent entity, called the supertype, but which have attributes or relationships that apply only to the subset.
The entity from which a relationship originates is the parent entity; the entity where the relationship terminates is the child entity.
www.utexas.edu /its/windows/database/datamodeling/dm/erintro.html   (1640 words)

  
 The Entity (1981)
"The Entity" is a well made horror film about a supernatural phenomenon tormenting a woman by sexually attacking her repeatedly.
Then she runs into a group of parapsychologists who think have a solution to get rid of this entity.
There are some scenes that are kind of laughable, but for me "The Entity" provided more scares than laughs.
www.imdb.com /title/tt0082334   (515 words)

  
 HTML 4 Entities
Character entity references, or entities for short, provide a method of entering characters that cannot be expressed in the document's character encoding or that cannot easily be entered on a keyboard.
While entities are limited to a subset of Unicode characters, numeric character references can specify any character.
The following documents feature tables of the character entity references in HTML 4, along with the numeric character reference in decimal and hexadecimal.
www.htmlhelp.com /reference/html40/entities   (131 words)

  
 Entity Marketing Consulting New York Long Island Consultant Setauket, NY consumer, website, advertising
Entity is a marketing consulting company providing expert advice to firms launching new products, entering new markets or building visibility.
Entity is headquartered in Long Island, New York and develops marketing plans, corporate communications programs and marketing campaigns encompassing advertising, pay per click, seo, sem, direct mail, telemarketing, seminars, collateral, website development and publicity.
Entity Marketing Consulting Setauket, NY Long Island New York Consultant develops marketing plans, corporate communications programs and marketing campaigns encompassing advertising, direct mail, telemarketing, seminars, collateral, website and publicity.
www.entityinc.com   (198 words)

  
 Open For Business Entity Engine Guide
Instead of writing entity specific code, entity definitions are read from an XML file and used by the entity engine to enforce a set of rules between the application and the data source, be it a database or some other source.
In the XML entity definitions each of these are specified in addition to attributes of the entity itself such as the entity name, the corresponding table name, the package name for the entity, and meta data about the entity such as the author, a copyright notice, a description, and so forth.
Entity and field names are written using the Java conventions for class and field names where all letters are lowercase except for the first letter of each word, which is uppercase.
ofbiz.apache.org /docs/entity.html   (5967 words)

  
 Time-Based Entity Generator :: Blocks (SimEvents)
A value of 1 indicates when the block is holding an entity that cannot depart because the subsequent entity input port is unavailable or because of a delayed restart of this block.
Determines how the block responds if a generated entity cannot depart immediately because the entity input port of the subsequent block is unavailable; see Responding to Blockage at the Entity Output Port.
Entity generator generates the second entity and holds it because the OUT port is blocked.
www.mathworks.com /access/helpdesk/help/toolbox/simevents/ug/timebasedentitygenerator.html   (1169 words)

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