Ordinal refers to the sequence in which something is in relation to others of its kind. Examples of ordinal numbers are first, third, 11th, and 123rd. Ordinal numbers can be contrasted to cardinal numbers.
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Black Hat 2010: Microsoft calls for co-ordinated vulnerability disclosure
Microsoft has called on the IT community to mov...(ComputerWeekly.com)