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See transclusion.

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transclude ‎(third-person singular simple present transcludes, present participle transcluding, simple past and past participle transcluded)

  1. Institute a programming step of substituting a template or other input for its rendered text, such as when parsing wikitext. To include by transclusion. To process fetched data in-line.
    • 1999, Nelson: Xanalogical Structure, Needed Now More than Ever: Parallel Documents, Deep Links to Content, Deep Versioning, and Deep Re-Use, page 21:
      Transcopyright, Permission to Transclude Publicly.

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