NBSP full form in computer programming is Non-Breaking Space.

This is an HTML character you may have seen online. It may appear as “&nbsp” and it tells a web browser to create a space between two words without going to the next line.

It is similar to a standard space character, but it prevents line breaks, or newlines from being processed between words or other elements. Typically, a string of text will wrap at the last space before the end of a line. A no-break space is treated as a standard character, so the text will not wrap wherever one is inserted.