Status Code

Some articles on status code:

Concessionary Fares On The British Railway Network - Privilege Tickets
... Such tickets are endorsed with status code PRIV ... The status code for child privilege tickets is CHPRV ... very rarely issued now such a ticket would be endorsed with status code PRAAA, and would be at a discount of 88% to the standard adult fare, subject to a maximum fare of ...
Concessionary Fares On The British Railway Network - Other Discount Cards - Gold Card and Gold Card Partner's Card
... Discounted tickets were issued with the status code AST-H ... for £1.00 each their tickets were printed with status code CHAST ... Following the introduction of the Gold Card and the Partner's Card, a new status code was introduced for tickets issued with these GOLDC for adult tickets, with child tickets showing CHNGC ...
SCSI Status Code
... A SCSI Status Code is used to determine the success or failure of a SCSI command ... At the end of any command, the target returns a Status Code byte which should be one of the following ...

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