Truncation is a search technique used in databases to replace the end of a word with a symbol. It is also known as wildcard search and allows you to search for a term and its spelling variants simultaneously. The truncation symbol is usually an asterisk (*) at the point where the spelling of the word can change. It is very useful when you know that one of your search terms has multiple endings, as it will increase the number of search results found.
In the context of mathematics, truncating is shortening a number by dropping some of the digits after the decimal position. In scientific and medical contexts, truncation often involves cutting a part of something parallel to its base (or perpendicular to its side). The outcropping of beds on the surface is commonly the truncation of these curves. You can also truncate a tree trunk by cutting it down to the stump, but truncation doesn't normally apply to physical things. Truncation is also used when sending or saving information, as the program will truncate the data to the first 255 characters and no additional characters are taken into account.
But, recently, it has been used on the CSS front end, where it is necessary to truncate text for several lines. The earliest use of truncating is as an adjective that describes something (such as a leaf or a feather) with the square end as if it had been cut off. Different databases use different truncation symbols, so it's important to check the “Help” information or “Search Tips” in the database for details on which symbol to use. By the way, the use of zero-truncation in implicit conversion has not always been guaranteed in C.Truncation can also be used when shortening a schedule or a piece of writing. It is not the truncation of the process, but one of its phases; not the interruption of the dance, but the next figure.
The reproduced parts assume their previous relationships and make a return to equilibrium deteriorated by their truncation.