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  1. Something that has been written again.

Rewrite and rewriting may refer to:

  • Script doctoring, revisions to an existing script for stage and screen productions
  • Rewriting, methods for replacing elements of a formula with other suitable expressions, in mathematics, computer science, and logic, such as:
  • Rewrite (programming), the act or result of writing new source code to replace an existing computer program
  • Rewrite man, a journalist that crafts stories based on information reported by others
  • "Rewrite" (song), 2004 single by Asian Kung-Fu Generation
  • Rewrite (visual novel), a 2011 Japanese visual novel by Key
  • The Rewrite, a 2014 American romantic comedy film

See also

remake, retelling

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