A Keyed-Icon is a non-alphabetic and non-mnemonic set of one or more key-able characters that make up a Keyed-Icon symbol, with defined interpretation.

Alternative Names

Concept Number: *144
English Master: Keyed-Icon
Synonyms, Variations & Acronyms: none


The choice of keyed characters is as closely related as possible to the corresponding icon, and ideally is acceptable to all language cultures.

The Keyed-Icon will normally be combined with tags and other Planguage-Terms to give Complete statements or expressions. For example “A <- B” (B is source for A). A pure icon is a possibility, for example “O--->“ indicating a performance characteristic.

Some Keyed-Icons, like many words, are ambiguous in isolation, but are unambiguous in Context of other specifications.





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This Concept entered by Diane O'Brien.

Created by system. Last Modification: Monday 18 of November, 2013 04:36:12 CET by Diane O'Brien.

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