Definition Edit

One-part code is

[c]ode in which plain text elements and their accompanying code groups are arranged in alphabetical, numerical, or other systematic order, so one listing serves for both encoding and decoding. One-part codes are normally small codes used to pass small volumes of low-sensitivity information.[1]

References Edit

  1. CNSSI 4009.

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