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convert

[kən′vərt]
(computer science)
To transform the representation of data.

CONVERT

(language)
1. (Or "REC", "Regular Expression Converter") A string processing language that combined the pattern matching and transformation operations of COMIT with the recursive data structures of Lisp.

["Convert", A. Guzman et al, CACM 9(8):604-615, Aug 1966].

2. An early language to convert programs and data from one language to another.

["CONVERT Manual", OLI Systems Inc, Oct 1976].
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Its flagship product, Convert Experiments[TM], is a one-code installation solution that provides risk-free testing of large groups of landing pages through deep integrations with major eCommerce platforms and analytics tools.
This fact is important not only for Muslims who convert to Christianity but because, in the last 30 years, apostasy has become the main instrument to eliminate political adversaries.
Consider a high-watt lightbulb: Each second, it converts more electrical energy I to light energy and heat energy J than a bulb with a lower wattage.
The team determined Harrison had several internal customers and began talking to them to convert their "pains" into critical customer requirements (CCR) that included:
And if you want to convert the text into a table, highlight the text; go onto the Toolbar and click on Table, Convert Text to Table, Create Table, adjust the settings, and click OK.
in Carle Place, Long Island, spent $23,000 to convert a large vacuum former, plus another $10,000 for installation and gas piping to the machine, and got a $9300 rebate from Long Island Lighting Co.
In the event a Converting Stockholder tenders shares and later decides that it does not want to convert shares, such Converting Stockholder will need to make arrangements with Continental to withdraw the tender.
There's also been a buzz in recent years about evangelical Protestants--best-selling author Scott Hahn among them--who convert and are on fire for traditional Catholicism.
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Taxpayers are permitted to convert IRAs to Roth IRAs.
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