See also: ℅
From o/c, from No/c, an abbreviation of Italian numero per cento (“number per hundred”). For the extension to Astraea, shift-5 on the keyboard for asteroid (5).
- The percent; portion of a total of 100.
- 1992, Rudolf M[athias] Schuster, The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America: East of the Hundredth Meridian, volume V, New York, N.Y.: Columbia University Press, →ISBN, page x:
- For more than 90% of the figures (mostly drawn during 1976-1990), either a scale, or the given magnification, will allow the user to derive accurate measurements, even when these are lacking in the diagnosis.
- Aldrichimica Acta Volume 30 No 4 (pdf) from Sigma-Aldrich
- Decomposition of 4 in the presence of cis-piperylene at room temperature results in the stereocontrolled formation of trans-cycloheptadiene 27 in 90% ee (96% ee at -78 °C).
- (computing) Used as a wildcard, usually in SQL, to stand for zero or more characters.
- (computing, programming) Used as the symbol for the modulus, placed between two numbers, to get the remainder of the division of those numbers.
- (astrology, rare) the asteroid (5) Astraea.
Back-formation from any% or low%, in which the “%” was a literal indicator of the percentage completion the player would achieve in order to qualify for the given leaderboard category. The suffix was then broadened to form category names in general, where the suffixed term specified some condition about the category, e.g. what score must be obtained, items used, etc., in order to qualify.
Pronounced the same as percent.
- (speedrunning) Suffix forming speedrunning categories requiring a given percentage to qualify.
- (speedrunning) Suffix forming speedrunning categories related to the suffixed element, or subject to constraints based on it.
The pronunciation is from English percent
- Alternative form of 啪 (pā, “to have sex”).
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|(This term, %, is an alternative spelling of the above term.)|