redirect

listen to the pronunciation of redirect
Englisch - Türkisch
{f} başka tarafa yönlendirmek
(Bilgisayar) yönlendir

Bu komutun çıktısını o dosyaya yeniden yönlendirmenizi istiyorum. - I want you to redirect the output of this command into that file.

(Bilgisayar) yeniden yönlendir

Bu komutun çıktısını o dosyaya yeniden yönlendirmenizi istiyorum. - I want you to redirect the output of this command into that file.

bkz.readdress
yeniden gönder
yönlendirme

Bu komutun çıktısını o dosyaya yeniden yönlendirmenizi istiyorum. - I want you to redirect the output of this command into that file.

yeni adrese gönder
{f} yeni adrese göndermek
yeniden salık vermek
{f} yönünü değiştirmek
düzeltilmiş adresi yazıp yollamak
redirect to
(Bilgisayar) yönlendir
redirected
yeniden gönderilen
redirected
(Bilgisayar) yeniden yönlendirildi
redirecting
(Bilgisayar) yönlendiriliyor
redirecting
yönlendirme
redirecting
yeniden yönlendirme
redirection
(Bilgisayar) yönlendirme
redirected
{f} yeniden gönder
redirection
yeniden yönlendirme
redirected
yeniden gönder(mek)
http redirect
(Bilgisayar) http yönlendirme
redirected
yeniden gönder
Englisch - Englisch
To instruct to go, inquire ... elsewhere
To substitute an address or pointer to a new location
A redirection
A substition of an address for another one
An examination of a witness, following cross-examination, by the party that conducted the direct examination
To give new direction to, change the direction of
If you redirect someone or something, you change their course or destination. She redirected them to the men's department
An autoforward University of Wyoming Servers use redirects to simplify web addresses For example, entering www uwyo edu/infotech will redirect you to http: //uwadmnweb uwyo edu/infotech
To change the direction of a pass without adding much pace to the moving puck Referee The referee supervises the game, calls the penalties, determines if goals are scored, and handles face-off's at center ice at the start of each period and after goals The referee has the final decision over all other officials Roughing A penalty called when a player shoves another player or is involved in a minor altercation
If you redirect your energy, resources, or ability, you begin doing something different or trying to achieve something different. Controls were used to redistribute or redirect resources. + redirection re·di·rec·tion A redirection of resources would be required
An instance in which an address is substituted, pointing a visitor to that address to a new location
channel into a new direction; "redirect your attention to the danger from the fundamentalists
The process of forwarding a call for a creative to another server based on availability and frequency capping, among other criteria
to alter a program's source of standard input or destination of standard output
To give new direction to
Applied to the examination of a witness, by the party calling him, after the cross-examination
If a phone rings 4 to 5 times and is not answered, the call is redirected to the cell site and terminates to the VM box
This is an option in Eudora that does not exist is all mailers When you redirect a message, the original sender's name appears in the From: line, not your name (see Forward for the difference), and the original message does not appear with > marks
{f} direct again; change the direction of; readdress
1: (verb) to display another web address for the same web page after going there; 2: (noun): the server instruction to accomplish such a redirect In a typical example, the user types in a web address such as "http: //www TheDogLoversPalace com" The page at that web address loads but instead the URL line now says "http: //www DoggieHeaven com" even though either address will get you to the same web site and both addresses are registered to the same party Many businesses uses multiple web domain names to maximize promotional flexibility Just having two or more web addresses pointing to the same page is not inherently a redirect unless the page always displays only one web address regardless of however many point to that page
To associate files with the input or output of commands
To divert data from a process to a file or device to which it would not normally go
channel into a new direction; "redirect your attention to the danger from the fundamentalists"
A packet switching function that routes a call to an alternative network address if the link to the original address is not working It is carried out by end point switches
redirect examination
Further examination of a witness after cross-examination, carried out by the party that first called the witness
redirect examination
(law) questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness after that witness has been subject to cross-examination
redirect examination
conduct a second interrogation (Law)
hard redirect
An automatic redirect

I'd prefer to use a hard redirect so that people don't even notice we've reorganised the site.

redirection
The act of setting a new direction
redirection
The automated process of taking a user to a location other than the one selected
soft redirect
An indication to a user that what they requested may be found elsewhere

I decided to leave a soft redirect explaining why the website had been moved.

redirected
past of redirect
redirecting
present participle of redirect
redirection
A server process which will forward data from one location to another automatically, either on a permanent or temporary basis
redirection
A system by which clients accessing a particular URL are sent to a different location, either on the same server or on a different server This is useful if a resource has moved and you want the clients to use the new location transparently It's also used to maintain the integrity of relative links when directories are accessed without a trailing slash
redirection
The process of automatically redirecting a browser to a different file or directory that that specific in the original request
redirection
any traffic going to a domain name will be redirected to a different URL chosen by the user, for example, a pre-existing website on another server
redirection
Telling a web browser to go to another place to get a web page it requested It is used to send users to the login screen when they have no cookie without telling them to 'Click here'
redirection
The process of writing to or reading from a file or device different from the one that would normally be the target or the source Can be used to automatically send a user from an outdated URL to a new one
redirection
The process of directing STDIN for a program to come from a file rather than from the terminal or console It also goes the other way, by directing STDOUT or STERR to a file rather than to the terminal
redirection
On the Internet, the automated process of taking a person to a domain name different than the one typed into the browser
redirection
a non-punitive behavioral intervention strategy in which children are lead to adopt acceptable substitute behaviors for their inappropriate actions
redirection
A system by which clients accessing a particular URL are sent to a different location, either on the same server or on a different server This system is useful if a resource has moved and you want the clients to use the new location transparently It's also used to maintain the integrity of relative links when directories are accessed without a trailing slash
redirection
{i} act of directing again; act of changing direction; act of readdressing
redirection
Redirection means performing input from something other than the standard input stream, or performing output to something other than the standard output stream You can redirect the output of the print and printf statements to a file or a system command, using the `>', `>>', `|', and `|&' operators You can redirect input to the getline statement using the `<', `|', and `|&' operators (See section Redirecting Output of print and printf, and section Explicit Input with getline )
redirection
Refers to directing input and output to files and devices other than the default devices A banner ad might have a pixel that to allow one source to track an action and would then redirect the visitor to the requested page to complete the click-thru action
redirection
To hijack the output of a command, which is usually on-screen, and put it somewhere else (this process is called output redirection) Alternatively, you can use information from somewhere else as the input for a command (called input redirection) rather than take the input from the keyboard To redirect the output of a command to a file, use the > character To redirect the output of one command to become the input to another command, use the pipe(|) character
redirection
The process by which traffic that is destined for one location is sent to another This can be from server to server or, across a distributed network, from one WAN or LAN to another Redirection is frequently used as a method of Failover
redirection
The output of a program is sent to another device instead of sending it to the standard output channel
redirection
(1) (n ) The channeling of output to a file or device instead of to the standard output (2) (n ) The channeling of input from a file or device instead of from the standard input
redirection
Involves guiding the student toward a positive interaction (for example, talking about things that are interesting to the student, providing additional assistance or asking the student a series of questions that you know they will answer) The purpose of redirection is to create opportunities to give the student positive feedback for appropriate behavior
redirection
Redirection means performing input from other than the standard input stream, or output to other than the standard output stream You can redirect the output of the print and printf statements to a file or a system command, using the `>', `>>', and `|' operators You can redirect input to the getline statement using the `<' and `|' operators See section Redirecting Output of print and printf
redirects
plural of redirect
redirects
third-person singular of redirect
redirect

    Silbentrennung

    re·di·rect

    Türkische aussprache

    ridırekt

    Synonyme

    reorient

    Aussprache

    /ˌrēdərˈekt/ /ˌriːdɜrˈɛkt/

    Etymologie

    [ "rE-d&-'rekt, "rE-(")dI- ] (transitive verb.) 1844. re- +‎ direct

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