Generally, string is a thin piece of rope or twine which is used to tie, bind, or hang other objects. String can be made from a variety of fibres.
String may also mean:
In science, computers or mathematics:
- String (computer science), a sequence of symbols or digits in computer programming
- String (physics), one of the main objects of study in string theory
- strings (Unix), a Unix programme for finding character strings in binary files
- String literal, the notation for representing a string value within the text of a computer program
- A string of nucleotides is called DNA or RNA
- A string of amino acids is called a peptide or protein
- String theory, a popular grand unified theory
- String instrument, a musical instrument that produces sound through vibrating strings
- Strings (music), flexible material that provides vibrations in string instruments
- Strings (Pakistani pop band), a pop band from Pakistan
- String (Thai pop), a genre of Thai pop music
- "Strings", the nickname of Robert Dahlqvist, guitarist of Swedish rock and roll band The Hellacopters
- Twine, another name for string
- G-string, a type of underclothing that parts the buttocks without covering them
- Strings (film), a 2004 movie directed by Anders Rønnow Klarlund
- String figures, designs formed by weaving string around one's fingers
- A character controlled by Marik in the Yu-Gi-Oh! series
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