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  • verb transitive, computing, programming To resize (an array) so as to change its dimensionality.


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re- +‎ dimension


  • Marchionne also said Fiat is looking to "redimension" its joint venture with Indian automaker Tata Motors TAMO.BO to sell Fiat-branded cars in India.

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  • Worse, in some villages there are now too few people flushing for the sewage to properly flow, requiring costly investments to redimension the pipes.


  • Sure, if you wanted to redimension them at run-time, you would have to write some get and put functions, and they would not be so fast, but I can’t see how any other language would do it better.

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