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Economics

In economics, an export is any good or commodity, shipped or otherwise transported out of a country, province, town to another part of the world, typically for use in trade or sale. Export products or services are provided to foreign consumers by domestic producers. Economics is the social science studying production and consumption through measurable variables. ...


Export is the legitimate transportation of domestic or nationalized goods and services from a country intended for use or consumption rendered abroad. Exports can be any good that is shipped out of a government's border for commercial purposes. Exports are usually carried out under specific conditions.


Electronics

In computers, to export is to convert a file into a format other than the original format. Once exported, the file can be used by an application that recognizes the exported format. Some applications allow exporting files by specifying the file extension when using the "Save As..." command. The tower of a personal computer. ...


Sometimes, a separate export command allows for conversion of files to another standard file format. The current file is changed into a supported format. This is helpful when a user desires to import a dataset into another application program. Also in computers, it export can mean moving one dataset with the purpose of importing it into another file. In telecommunication, the term user has the following meanings: 1. ...


In Unix, export is a program that sets environment variables for use for the entire duration of the session, unless changed. UNIX® (or Unix) is a portable, multi-task and multi-user computer operating system originally developed by a group of AT&T Bell Labs employees including Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and Douglas McIlroy. ...


See also

International trade is defined as trade between two or more partners from different countries (an exporter and an importer). ... International trade is defined as trade between two or more partners from different countries (an exporter and an importer). ...

External links

  • The Exporter's Manual (http://samvak.tripod.com/exporter.html)

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Export - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1334 words)
In economics, an export is any good or commodity, shipped or otherwise transported out of a country, province, town to another part of the world in a legitimate fashion, typically for use in trade or sale.
Exporting is a major component of international trade, and thus is argued constantly and consistenly throughout the ages.
Pressure from the exporting tax usually causes public outcry as with what happened when Bush imposed the steel tariff on the EU in 2002, or when China placed a 14% tariff on imported autoparts into their country.
CLHS: Function EXPORT (385 words)
When multiple changes are to be made, for example when export is given a list of symbols, it is permissible for the implementation to process each change separately, so that aborting from a name conflict caused by any but the first symbol in the list does not unexport the first symbol in the list.
However, aborting from a name-conflict error caused by export of one of symbols does not leave that symbol accessible to some packages and inaccessible to others; with respect to each of symbols processed, export behaves as if it were as an atomic operation.
A name conflict in export between one of symbols being exported and a symbol already present in a package that would inherit the newly-exported symbol may be resolved in favor of the exported symbol by uninterning the other one, or in favor of the already-present symbol by making it a shadowing symbol.
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