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Deletion is the act of deleting or removal by striking out material, such as a word or passage, that has been removed from a body of written or printed matter.
Deletion may refer to:
- File deletion, a way of removing a file from a computer's file system
- Code cleanup, a way of removing unnecessary variables, data structures, cookies, and temporary files in a programming language.
- Deletion (genetics), deletion of a gene or chromosome segment, symbolized in the literature by a Δ symbol
- Deletion (music industry), a term for removing a record from a label's catalog
- Elision, the deletion of a sound or sounds
- Ellipsis (linguistics), grammatical deletion of a word
Delete may refer to:
- Delete key, a key on modern computer keyboards that erases text
- Delete (SQL), an SQL statement that removes data entries
- DEL, the delete control code in the C0 and C1 control codes
deleteoperator, a built-in operator in the C++ programming language
- Delete (2011 TV miniseries), about a young hacker who uncovers a kind of artificial intelligence
- "Delete!", the battle cry of the Cybermen, antagonists from the British sci-fi television series Doctor Who
- "Delete" (削除 Sakujo), a catch phrase associated with fictional character Teru Mikami from the Japanese manga series Death Note
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