Concatenation meaning

kənkat'nā′shən, känkat'nā′shən
A series of things or events regarded as causally or dependently connected.
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(countable) A series of links united; a series or order of things depending on each other, as if linked together; a chain, a succession.
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A linking together or being linked together in a series.
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To sequentially link together two or more information units, such as character strings, packets, or frames, into a single unit. Concatenation allows the component units to transverse a network or subnetwork as a single entity, which not only ensures that they all work their way through the network together, but also reduces network processing time and, thereby, decreases latency. See also frame, network, packet, SONET, string, and subnetwork, and T1C.
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(uncountable) The application of these series of links.
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(programming) Operation of joining multiple character strings.
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