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Trigraph may refer to:
- Digraphs and trigraphs, groups of characters used to symbolise one character
- An octal or decimal representation of byte values
- Mnemonics for machine language instructions
- As language codes in ISO 639
- As a generalization of graphs where we have a set of edges called semi-adjacent
Other uses 
- Trigraph (orthography), a sound representation in orthography
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