Definition of semacode in English:

semacode

Syllabification: sem·a·code
Pronunciation: /ˈseməˌkōd
 
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noun

  • An optical pattern that encodes a URL for recognition by cellular-phone cameras, enabling the user to access a web page by scanning the code with the telephone.
    More example sentences
    • There are two steps used to retrieve the URL from the semacode: image recognition and decoding.
    • Someone slipped me an email on semacode, so I decided to look into it.
    • You create your order on your iPhone and when you're done, the app produces a semacode. You then bypass the queue at the counter and swipe the semacode over a sensor.

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