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  • verb To implement again or differently.


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  • One, bringing back the equalizer, is more of a personal thing for me, but I know that while it will probably be a lot of work to reimplement, will make a lot of people happy.

    life at the end of the universe » It will eat your kittens!

  • Once liberals reimplement pre-911 Gorrellick rule barring intelligence agencies from sharing info with law enforcement, stop all wiretapping of terrorists and monitoring of terrorist bank accounts, there WILL be another 911.

    Sound Politics: Gnashing of Democratic Teeth Begins

  • Democracy (FDD) rebel group agreed Sunday at a regional summit on the country's civil war to reimplement a failed ceasefire.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Perhaps it is time to reimplement standardized tests for students entering university. - Home Page

  • It also plans to reimplement its dividend reinvestment plan, which will be fully underwritten. | Top Stories

  • The beneficial result is that individual programmers do not have to reimplement the ISRs.

    Slashdot: Hardware

  • If class B inherits from class A which implements foo () and B itself doesn't reimplement it, then C:: foo () will in fact call A:: foo ().

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • See below. add non-inline virtual destructor even if the body is empty. reimplement event in widget classes, even if the body for the function is empty. make all constructors non-inline. write non-inline implementations of the copy constructor and assignment operator unless the class cannot be copied by value (e.g. classes inherited from QObject can't be)

    KDE TechBase - Recent changes [en]

  • The call was to inspire people to reimplement or to provide different implementations of F-Spot's and Banshee's data backends, so that they would use an RDF store like tracker-store instead of each app its own metadata database.

    Planet GNOME

  • So, the compressibility of some arbitrary subset of a working codebase links directly to an estimate of how many lines of code it would take to reimplement that codebase in a compilable language?

    MachineMachine (formerly 'The Huge Entity')


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