Deletion

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
  • 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
  • Deletion (phonology), a phonological process that allows for the elimination of a segment

Delete may refer to:

  • Delete key, a key on modern computer keyboards which erases text
  • Delete (SQL), delete for SQL
  • DEL, the delete control code in the C0 and C1 control codes
  • the delete operator, a built-in operator in the C++ programming language
  • "Delete!", the battle cry of the Cybermen, antagonists from the British sci-fi television series Doctor Who.

Other articles related to "deletion, deletions":

Amazon Kindle - Remote Content Removal
... Some critics also argued that the deletion violated the Kindle's Terms of Service, which states in part "Upon your payment of the applicable fees set by Amazon, Amazon grants you the non-exclusive ... States unless (a) the user consents to such deletion or modification (b) the user requests a refund for the Work or otherwise fails to pay for the Work (e.g ... declines to remit payment) (c) a judicial or regulatory order requires such deletion or modification or (d) deletion or modification is reasonably ...
Lazy Deletion
... In computer science, lazy deletion refers to a method of deleting elements from a hash table that uses open addressing ... In this method, deletions are done by marking an element as deleted, rather than erasing it entirely ... is searched and found in the table, the element is relocated to the first location marked for deletion that was probed during the search ...
Problems With Listwise Deletion
... Listwise deletion affects statistical power of the tests conducted ... Because listwise deletion excludes data with missing values, it reduces the sample which is being statistically analysed ... Listwise deletion is also problematic when the reason for missing data may not be random (i.e ...
Contiguous Gene Syndrome
... Prader-Willi syndrome occurs when the deletion occurs on the paternal chromosome ... If this deletion occurs on the maternal chromosome, it causes the Angelman syndrome ... DiGeorge syndrome(deletion of 22q11.2) is a particularly well known example ...