In general, to append is to join or add on to the end of something. For example, an appendix is a section appended (added to the end) of a document. In computer programming, append is the name of a procedure for concatenating (linked) lists or arrays in some high-level programming languages.

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  • In general, to append is to join or add on to the end of something. For example, an appendix is a section appended (added to the end) of a document. In computer programming, append is the name of a procedure for concatenating (linked) lists or arrays in some high-level programming languages. (en)
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  • In general, to append is to join or add on to the end of something. For example, an appendix is a section appended (added to the end) of a document. In computer programming, append is the name of a procedure for concatenating (linked) lists or arrays in some high-level programming languages. (en)
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  • Append (en)
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