appended, past participle; appended, past tense; appends, 3rd person singular present; appending, present participle;
Add (something) as an attachment or supplement
the results of the survey are appended to this chapter
add to the very end; "He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language"
fix to; attach; "append a charm to the necklace"
add: state or say further; "`It doesn't matter,' he supplied"
In general, to append is to join or add on to the end of something. For example, an appendix is a section appended (added to the end) of a document.
(appendment) To allow additions but not allow alteration
To change or alter a file or program.
The built-in predicate append(?List1, ?List2, ?List1_then_List2) succeeds if List1 followed by List2 = List1_then_List2. Examples:
v. ~ sth (fml ) attach or add sth (esp in writing)
the act of adding information to documentation already in existence.
In its basic form tape technology is linear in fashion. Later technologies employ serpentine recording where the tape is written/read in multiple passes moving forward and in reverse. There are also helical scan formats, such as DDS, 8mm and AIT , which are written diagonally across the tape.
insert a character or substring at the tail of a string
Appends an IXpsOMShareable interface along with its key to the end of the dictionary.
to write new data immediately following existing data in a file
The matching of two or more lists that contain the same names or addresses but where one list adds additional data such as demographic or geographic variables to the other. Synonyms: enhancement, data overlay.
Adding data to the end of an existing file.
A complete load of the captured data into the target dataset, adding to any data that may already exist there.
A BASIC command to load data or a program into the computer and add it on to the end of whatever is there already.