Representation vs Nonprinting – What’s the difference?

Representation vs Nonprinting - What's the difference?
As a noun representation is representation.

As an adjective nonprinting is (computing|of a character) not having a visual representation.


Alternative forms

* (archaic)


(en noun )

  • That which represents another.
  • (legal) The lawyers and staff who argue on behalf of another in court.
  • (politics) The ability to elect a representative to speak on one’s behalf in government; the role of this representative in government.
  • (mathematics) An object that describes an abstract group in terms of linear transformations of vector spaces.
  • A figure, image or idea that substitutes reality.
  • A theatrical performance.
  • Quotations

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    *: Live, ?weet Lord, to be the honour of your name, and receive this as your own, from the hands of him, who hath by many favours beene long obliged to your mo?t honoured parents, and as in this repræ?entation your attendant Thyr?is , ?o now in all reall expre??ion
    Your faithfull and mo?t humble Servant,
    H. Lawes.d
  • nonprinting




  • (computing, of a character) Not having a visual representation.
  • Some nonprinting characters are used to control formatting.