Secret language

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Random information on the term “Secret language”:

A cant is the jargon or language of a group, often employed to exclude or mislead people outside the group. It may also be called a cryptolect, argot, pseudo-language, anti-language or secret language. Each term differs slightly in meaning; their use is inconsistent.

In parts of Connacht in Ireland, Cant mainly refers to an auction typically on fair day (“Cantmen and Cantwomen, some from as far away as Dublin, would converge on Mohill on a Fair Day, … set up their stalls … and immediately start auctioning off their merchandise”) and secondly means talk (“very entertaining conversation was often described as ‘great cant'” or “crosstalk”).

In Scotland, two unrelated creole languages are termed as “cant”. Scottish Cant (a mixed language, primarily Scots and Romani with Scottish Gaelic influences) is spoken by Lowland Roma groups. Highland Traveller’s Cant (or Beurla Reagaird) is a Gaelic-based cant of the Indigenous Highland Traveller population. The cants are mutually unintelligible.

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Random information on the term “CODE”:

Crude Oil Data Exchange (CODE) is an electronic business standard sanctioned by the American Petroleum Institute. CODE was initially implemented as the standard in 1978. It provides field formats and record layouts to facilitate the transmission of crude oil run tickets between oil producers and oil transporters. Oil statement records were added to the system in January 1986. In 1989, tank increment records were added to the standard.

CODE users receive digitized run tickets, summary statements and tank tables to import into their accounting software in order to process this information electronically.

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