- noun a reason which shows that something has been done correctly
- noun arranging the words so that the ends of the lines are straight
- noun the process of moving data bits or characters to the left or right so that the lines have straight margins
- The altering of the bit rate of a transmission so that it can be received at a different rate, without introducing errors. Also called pulse stuffing, or bit stuffing (2).
- The displaying or printing of text in a manner that all lines in a paragraph, except the last line, are aligned evenly between the left and right margins.
Information & Library Science
- noun the process of adjusting the spacing in printed text so that the text starts and ends exactly at the margins
- noun an acceptable reason for doing something
- noun the adjustment of the spaces between words in text in order to make each line the same width