Definition of Overstrike. Meaning of Overstrike. Synonyms of Overstrike

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Definition of Overstrike

Overstrike
Overstrike O`ver*strike", v. t. To strike beyond. [Obs.]

Meaning of Overstrike from wikipedia

- In typography, overstrike is a method of printing characters that are missing from the printer's character set. The character was created by placing one...
- Electronic Arts for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was announced as Overstrike before it was rebranded in August 2012. It was released on May 28, 2013...
- also be referred to as over script mode, and is sometimes referred to as overstrike mode, which is a typography term. Notably, on some recent keyboards, the...
- In numismatics, an overstrike describes a situation in which an existing coin rather than a blank is struck with a new design. This practice is now obsolete...
- backspace, and then the acute accent key. This technique (also known as overstrike) is the basis for such spacing modifiers in computer character sets such...
- since been used by other programming languages such as COBOL and PL/I. Overstriking can be used to make boldface text by printing the same line twice without...
- perfect. For example, overstriking unlikely was a feasible method to produce uppercase accented letters, such as É. Overstrike was used on line printers...
- Archebius Dikaios Nikephoros (Gr****: Ἀρχέβιος ὁ Δίκαιος, ὁ Νικηφόρος; epithets mean respectively, "the Just", "the Victorious"; formerly read as "Archelius")...
- continuous line above the characters is sometimes called overstriking, though overstriking generally refers to printing one character on top of an already-printed...
- trident This coin was struck by Serdi tribe in 187-168 BC or later. It's an overstrike on official Macedonian coin and imitates another Macedonian type....
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