code length

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In an encoder, the number of symbols output when an encoded operation takes place. Usually the number of symbols input to the encoder is fixed; the number output may or may not vary, depending on whether the encoder is designed to give a variable-length code or a fixed-length code.

Subjects: Computing.

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