I'm not a native English speaker, so to me these three phrases sound ok:

  • This system consists of NFC codes sticked to the tables.
  • This system consists of NFC codes stuck at the tables.
  • This system consists of NFC codes glued to the tables.

I have the impression that not all of them are correct. What is the best way to say this?

I'm also confused with the words at and to. Which one should I use in this context?

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'At' wouldn't be correct in this context; you'll want to use 'to.'

'Sticked', unless I am mistaken, isn't an actual word - the correct past participle would be 'stuck.' Both 'stuck' and 'glued' would work in your case.

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