Definitions

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  • v. To convert (data) into canonical form.

Etymologies

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canonical +‎ -ize

Examples

  • If you "canonicalize" each word so that its letters are uppercase and in alphabetical order, then checking whether one word is an anagram of another is as simple as comparing their canonical forms: private static string Canonicalize (string s) char [] chars = s.

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  • It has worked to "canonicalize" location data so it can understand mentions of a venue across various local services.

  • Let me de-index or canonicalize my URLs without having to rely on my IT

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  • This allows making API calls using cURL and other simple scripting tools without having to canonicalize the request and sign it.

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  • The most effective way to canonicalize duplicate content, consolidate link popularity and de-index the duplicates is with 301 redirects.

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  • It's the responsibility of SafeCritical code to canonicalize, or put into a standard format, the inputs and sanitize the outputs of the Critical code to protect the security of the system (see

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