Token

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Token may refer to:

Economics[edit]

  • Exonumia, items of currency other than coins and paper money
  • Token money, money that is of limited legal tender
  • Token coin, a small, flat, round piece of metal or plastic that can sometimes be used instead of money
  • Voucher or gift card, redeemable for items of value

Computing[edit]

  • Token, an object (in software or in hardware) which represents the right to perform some operation:
  • Lexical token, a word or other atomic parse element

Other uses[edit]

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