In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(zero)cero a la derecha masculine
- The use of zero as a placeholder was probably first developed by the Babylonians, possibly as early as 1500 BCE.
- It emphasises the use of zero as a placeholder.
1.2(symbol)marcador de posición masculine
- With the Impress files created, I needed to replace my graphic image placeholders with the actual image.
- The HTML files contain placeholders for data that will be substituted in at runtime.
- But even users of low-end databases can benefit from using placeholders because they ensure strings will be quoted correctly, even if they contain quotation marks or apostrophes.
- Notice how we use DBI's placeholders, shown here as a question mark in the list of VALUES, to avoid potential problems with quoted strings within our SQL query.
- Not only does this reduce the risk of someone messing with our SQL, but some database drivers will take advantage of our placeholders in subsequent queries, giving us a speed boost.
(in sentence)elemento gramatical sin significado masculine
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