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Born in the future, I am the famous 25 Star GENARAL, Weevelo Zapp Brannigan. I have come back in to study sexily in the 21st century and need a new first officer. That Kiff fellow was cramping my style.


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accepted What is the word for something that is non-divisible?
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comment What is the word for something that is non-divisible?
@tchrist I think you just hit the nail on the head. Perhaps my question should have had some context injected. Thanks. Please answer to I can accept :)
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comment What is the word for something that is non-divisible?
I guess perhaps I asked in the wrong forum. I was looking for something in the context of programming where you can have data types that are compound of other data types. I wanted a word to identify the "indivisible" data types. But I guess indivisible will have to do for now.
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asked What is the word for something that is non-divisible?
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accepted What is the word that denotes the words preceding these nouns?
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comment Verb for “piece together clues”?
To 'infer' something is to come to a conclusion based on a set of information.
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accepted Is there a term for words that when reversed, form other words?
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comment Is there a term for words that when reversed, form other words?
Ooohh... You are now the answer to my question. Thanks very much.
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comment Is there a term for words that when reversed, form other words?
@Unreason I like that link however the technical description of an Anagram seems to be the closest/ right fit. So for now I'll have to go with that. Thanks all the same
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asked Is there a term for words that when reversed, form other words?
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comment How should I phrase a question that must be answered with an ordinal number (e.g., the third prime)?
Yeah. This is probably the best way to answer the question followed by FX's second suggestion.
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