What Does Alpha Numeric Mean?

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The term alpha numeric denotes a set of characters containing both numbers and letters. They are generally the 26 alphabets of the English language (letter A through the letter Z) and the numerals 0 through 9.
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al·pha·nu·mer·ic
[al-fuh-noo-mer-ik, -nyoo-]
ADJECTIVE [COMPUTERS.]
1.
(of a set of characters) including letters, numbers, and, often, special characters, as punctuation marks: alphanumeric code.
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