prepend

Preface vs Prepend - What's the difference?

preface | prepend |


As a noun preface

is the part of the liturgy that precedes the main part of the eucharist.

As a verb prepend is

(computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

Prepend vs Superior - What's the difference?

prepend | superior |


As a verb prepend

is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

As an adjective superior is

higher in quality.

As a noun superior is

a person of higher rank or quality.

Add vs Prepend - What's the difference?

add | prepend |


As a noun add

is .

As a verb prepend is

(computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

Prepend vs Prebend - What's the difference?

prepend | prebend |


As a verb prepend

is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

As a noun prebend is

(obsolete) a stipend paid to a canon of a cathedral.

Prehend vs Prepend - What's the difference?

prehend | prepend |


As verbs the difference between prehend and prepend

is that prehend is (obsolete) to lay hold of; to seize while prepend is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

Prepend vs Propend - What's the difference?

prepend | propend |


As verbs the difference between prepend and propend

is that prepend is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally while propend is (obsolete|intransitive) to incline or lean.

Prepend vs Pretend - What's the difference?

prepend | pretend |


As verbs the difference between prepend and pretend

is that prepend is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally while pretend is .

Perpend vs Prepend - What's the difference?

perpend | prepend |


As verbs the difference between perpend and prepend

is that perpend is (archaic) to ponder, consider while prepend is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

As a noun perpend

is a brick or stone that has its longest dimension perpendicular to the face of a wall, especially one that extends through the wall's entire thickness.

Prepend vs Cons - What's the difference?

prepend | cons |


As verbs the difference between prepend and cons

is that prepend is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally while cons is (computing) to obtain a list from a cons or a nesting of conses; to prepend an element to a list by forming a cons of that element and the list; to obtain a list from a smaller one by repeated application of such kind of prepending or cons can be (con).

As a noun cons is

or cons can be (computing) a data structure in lisp that is a pair of pointers, car and cdr, used mainly for lists.

Prepend vs Appurtenance - What's the difference?

prepend | appurtenance |


As a verb prepend

is (computing|linguistics|transitive) to attach (an expression, phrase, etc) to another, as a prefix or prepend can be (rare|transitive) to premeditate; to weigh up mentally.

As a noun appurtenance is

an appendage added to something else.

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