Remap meaning

To map something for a second or subsequent time. Quite often, the words "remap" and "map" are used synonymously, even though they refer to an operation that is taking place for the first time. See map.
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He remapped the variable in the code to hold the value directly, instead of a pointer to the value.

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Because the topography and development of the land changed so much in the floods, the region had to be remapped.

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Origin of remap

  • re- + map
    From Wiktionary