Rename

• (v. t.) To give a new name to.
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Rename

[computing] In computing, rename refers to the altering of a name of a file. This can be done manually by using a shell command such as ren or mv, or by using batch renaming software that can automate the renaming process. ==Implementations== The C standard library provides a function called rename which does this action. In POSIX, which is...
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Rename

Re·name' transitive verb To give a new name to.
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Rename

A rename is an action by which a user or program assigns a new name to a file. Viruses may rename program files and take the name of the file so that running the program inadvertently runs the virus. Anti-virus programs may rename infected files, making them unusable until they are manually cleaned or deleted.
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rename

[v] - name again or anew 2. [v] - assign a new name to
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