To give a new name to.
To change the name of a file or folder.
assign a new name to; "Many streets in the former East Germany were renamed in 1990"
name again or anew; "He was renamed Minister of the Interior"
the option where a file or directory is either moved to a new directory or has its name changed. It is sometimes useful to distinguish between moves (which put a file into a different directory) and renames (which change only the file's name, not its location). see Renaming
The action by which a user or program assigns a new name to a file. Viruses may rename program files and take the name of the file so running the program inadvertently runs the virus. Anti-virus programs may rename infected files so the are unusable until they are manually cleaned or deleted.
this is the action by which a user or program (such as an antivirus) changes the name of a file and assigns it a new one.
Changing the file name of a picture from a series of numerals to a meaningful word.
RENAME filename, filename Renames the file indicated in the first string expression to the name specified in the second. e.g. RENAME "C:\ Documents\ Names"," Names2"
JUNOS software command that allows a user to change the name of a routing policy, firewall filter, or any other variable character string defined in the router configuration.
Rename (re- + name) is a word meaning change the name of something. Different areas, such as linguistics, relational algebra, and computer science incur renaming actions with different detailed activity, however the principles behind are all the same — change the name of something.
C programming language that renames a certain file.