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Computer instruction to join two strings together

The Unix program cat is used to concatenate and display files. Its name comes from the word catenate.

To join or link together, as though in a chain
{f} link together, connect one to another
{v} to link or join together
Name of the PIP operation that copies two or more separate files into one new file in the specified sequence
add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series; "concatenate terms"; "concatenate characters" arranged into chained list
In Access, joining together data from separate fields using the ampersand “&” operator; combining characters, usually in a calculated field, to form a new string
to combine two sets of things end-to-end In UNIX, files can be concatenated (or "catenated") using the cat command
To place together Data elements such as strings can be concatenated to produce a string containing all the characters of one of the original strings followed by the characters of the next original string, and so on Files can be concatenated by combining their contents in a similar manner, either into a new file or into one of the original files
Concatentate means to combine two or more items into a single item Usually concatenate is used in reference to joining one or more strings into a single string Related Resources: Strings for Beginners and Quick Snippets for Experts This article covers a wide range of the String object's capabilities and presents some source snippets for some common string uses String Object Quick Reference Online quick reference guide to the String object Includes a printable quick reference that fits on one sheet of paper so you won't wear out your copy of the Rhino book
To join sequentially
In the LAS environment, concatenate is the overlaying of an input image with one image or a series of images using the lines and samples to calculate the projection coordinates in the creation of a mosaicked image
To link together; to unite in a series or chain, as things depending on one another
To join two or more strings in an expression
The combination of two items into one by placing one of the items after the other In Fortran 95/90, the concatenation operator (//) is used to combine character items See also character expression
to join two strings together one after the other
Joint, put together "+" is the string concatenation operator in A
To connect or link in a series or chain GigaRing
arranged into chained list
To join two operands end-to-end
add by linking or joining so as to form a chain or series; "concatenate terms"; "concatenate characters"
(v ) To string together two or more sequences, such as files, into one longer sequence The UNIX® cat command, for example, concatenates files
1 To connect or link in a series or chain 2 Computer Science To arrange (strings of characters) into a chained list adj 1 Connected or linked in a series
In programming, the act of combining two strings into a single, longer string
Chain together in a sequence
To link two things together, often used with attaching two strings together so they can be displayed as one string
To place together Data elements such as strings can be concatenated to produce a string that contains all of the characters of the first original string, followed by the characters of the next original string, and so on Files can be concatenated by combining their contents in a similar manner, either into a new file or into one of the original files
To place two (or more) things together one directly after the other For example, treehouse is the concatenation of the words tree and house
The combination of two items into one by placing one of the items after the other In Fortran, the concatenation operator (//) is used to combine character items See also character expression
concatenation
A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession

Try and penetrate with our limited means the secrets of nature and you will find that, behind all the discernible concatenations, there remains something subtle, intangible and inexplicable.

concatenation
{n} an uniting, union, series of links
concatenated
past of concatenate
concatenates
third-person singular of concatenate
concatenating
present participle of concatenate
concatenation
\Con*cat'e*na"tion\, n A series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession
concatenation
This is the process of linking one or more items into a chain
concatenation
State or condition of the correlated action of mutually interdependent processes Situation where a number of distinct processes mesh or link together with a resulting cumulative effect in a well coordinated movement A good example of concatenation is the market process wherein the independent value judgments of all potential participants are simultaneously correlated or meshed together to produce market prices which allocate available supplies of economic goods and services See Human Action;, paragraph starting on the last line of page 652
concatenation
the act of linking together as in a series or chain
concatenation
the act of linking together as in a series or chain the linking together of a consecutive series of symbols or events or ideas etc; "it was caused by an improbable concatenation of circumstances"
concatenation
An iterative procedure in which higher-level logical information units are implemented in terms of lower-level units
concatenation
An operation wherein a number of conceptually related components are linked together to form a larger, organizationally similar entity
concatenation
The gluing together of two strings
concatenation
The facility to link together specific items of data, held in data carriers, to form a single file or field of data
concatenation
In its simplest meaning, concatenation refers to the combining of two or more data sequences to form a single data sequence In DiskSuite
concatenation
{i} state of being linked together; series of connected items or events
concatenation
\kon-kat-uh-NAY-shuhn; kuhn-\, noun: A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession
concatenation
A mechanism for allocating contiguous bandwidth for payload transport Through the use of Concatenation Pointers, multiple OC-1s can be linked together to provide contiguous bandwidth through the network, from end to end
concatenation
(1) To unite in a series; to link together; to chain (2) The linking of transmission channels (phone lines, coaxial cable, optical fiber) end-to-end
concatenation
a series of things depending on each other as if linked together; "the chain of command"; "a complicated concatenation of circumstances"
concatenation
Combining text and values into one text string If the formula in cell D10 is ="Final Total is " + C4 + " " and the value of cell C4 is 560, then what you see in cell D10 is The Final Total is 560
concatenation
The ability of a reading system to join together data from multiple symbologies and interpret the information in a single message
concatenation
Concatenating two strings means sticking them together, one after another, producing a new string For example, the string `foo' concatenated with the string `bar' gives the string `foobar' (See section String Concatenation )
concatenation
the linking together of a consecutive series of symbols or events or ideas etc; "it was caused by an improbable concatenation of circumstances"
concatenation
The placing of a sequence of entities end-to-end onto a single communication channel where several of them were present (e g 4*STM1= concatenated none / STM4 = monolithic)
concatenation
[M206] The joining of two strings
concatenation
the state of being linked together as in a chain; union in a linked series
concatenation
A convention of all the nation's kitty cats
concatenation
A concatenation of things or events is their occurrence one after another, because they are linked. the Internet, the world's biggest concatenation of computing power. a series of events or things joined together one after another concatenation of (past participle of concatenare , from com- ( COM-) + catena )
concatenation
Creation of a longer string by combining two shorter strings, one on the end of the other In Java this can be effected with the concatenation operator '+'
concatenation
Appending a string to another string
concatenation
Concatenating two strings means sticking them together, one after another, giving a new string For example, the string `foo' concatenated with the string `bar' gives the string `foobar' See section String Concatenation
concatenation
A metadevice created by sequentially mapping blocks on several physical slices (partitions) to a logical device Two or more physical components can be concatenated The slices are accessed sequentially rather than interlaced (as with stripes)
concatenation
Refers to joining strings (or labels) If first="Jim" and last="Jones", first + " "+last = Jim Jones Some programs use & for concatenation
concatenations
plural of concatenation
concatenate

    Расстановка переносов

    con·cat·e·nate

    Турецкое произношение

    kınkätıneyt

    Произношение

    /kənˈkatəˌnāt/ /kənˈkætəˌneɪt/

    Этимология

    [ kän-'ka-t&-n&t, k ] (adjective.) 15th century. From the perfect passive participle stem of Latin concatenare ‘chain together’, from con- ‘with’ + catenare ‘to chain’, from catena ‘chain’.

    Слово дня

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