catenate


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catenate

[′kat·ən‚āt]
(computer science)
To arrange a collection of items in a chained list or catena.
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We may order the steque operations in terms of their implementation complexity as follows: push or inject is simplest, catenate next-simplest, and pop most-complicated.
As with similar works from the '70s, here Baldessari catenates multiple instances of a single motif--whether women's eyes, thick ropes, or red lines--not to garner any cohesive definition of each category but, rather, to evince from them unexpected tongue twisters.
The second line sets fruit to be pine and then the third line catenates apple onto the end to set it to pineapple.