Radicals ( Radical124) four strokes in Kanji;

dimensional, e.g.

X Parameter;
Y parameter;
Z parameter;

to display; to indicate; to represent; to signify; to show; Radical142;

directional, e.g.

;

logical, e.g.

in Hiragana: huge comma design;

in Kanji: comma design;

in Burmese (Myanmar) language, also see: br (Punctuation );

Ha (name); Hamon (family name, surname); Tomoe (female name, family name, surname);

numerological, e.g.

4;

structural, e.g.

\\IT\Executable Application\Pre School English Typing; ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) numerical value of the key ( 44) is comma, and its character is " , " ; ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) numerical value of the key (59) is Semi-Column, and its character is " ; " ;

language's punctuation; oneself; design a.k.a. model;

regarding 44 (a.k.a. comma in ASCII), e.g. forty four, IFF very very unique 2, also see: Plus One, HOW ... ; notice that this DOMAIN has been defined "8 commas" as Value (on the other hand, Reference would be uncountable, all the way to problems of infinity (i.e. one of the problems in Mathematics)), and also see: Monbusho level knowledge enhancement 1 (idea ♯ 180, Engineering Notation; idea ♯ 183, Green Ones) for better understanding "huge comma design" is related to Plus One algorithm; mapping our universes project needs "huge comma design" (refer to many parameters > more than "8 commas" ) ; as of 2016 (Gregorian Calendar) a.k.a. early 21st century / 2560 (Buddha Calendar), 8K quantity of floating points as mantissa to solve problems of infinity;

Text Box Validation (display name; data length (max length, min length, required); data type; data value (and must be, field must be, Value); Numeric format (Decimal (Comma, Period), Grouping (Comma, Period, Space (numerical value of the key is 32))); Text format (Digits, Letters, Other, White space));

Radicals;