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Prepend

Definition - What does Prepend mean?

Prepend is a word that means to attach content as a prefix. It is often used in different kinds of programming and in automated processes.

Techopedia explains Prepend

Some prepending is done manually as a user. For example, a prepend command could be used in a scripting language that a programmer would enter into a certain function or code module. It would add certain characters of text to the beginning of some variable or object.

Other kinds of prepending are automated. For instance, in JQuery and other tools, there is the ability to automatically prepend each paragraph with a certain element. In general, "prepend" can be used similarly to the command "append," where instead of adding content onto the end of a string or variable, the content is added at the beginning.

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