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recode

Line breaks: re¦code
Pronunciation: /riːˈkəʊd
 
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Definition of recode in English:

verb

[with object]
1Put (something, especially a computer program) into a different code: this allows many changes to be made without recoding application programs
More example sentences
  • The coders, able to analyze, decode, and recode large assembly programs within hours, were finding employment.
  • Henry says he has no desire to spend the time and money recoding those as Java applications.
  • Images are recoded to ten bits per channel.
1.1Assign a different code to: they can recode your alarm for about £20
More example sentences
  • In that case, the scoring of the reverse-worded items should be recoded so that the highest numerical score is assigned to ‘strongly agree’ on some items but to ‘strongly disagree’ on others, as appropriate.
  • Because our concern was with patient overconsumption of food, the ratio was recoded so that any value under 1 was assigned a 1, and any value over 1 was retained.
  • They went back and cleaned up the data in their individual databases, recoding parts information so that everyone was working with the same names and numbers for each part.

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