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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of idempotent

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of idempotent:
/ajdejmpowtənt/

Derived Form of idempotent

adjective
comparitive: more idempotent
superlative: most idempotent
Adjective
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unchanged in value following multiplication by itself
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  1. For example, GET is safe, idempotent, and cacheable.
  2. idempotent means the request can be done multiple times,
  3. So PUT is also idempotent,
  4. Same with DELETE, it is idempotent.
  5. HEAD is safe and idempotent.
  6. Also, since GET is idempotent and safe,
  7. Is it idempotent? No.
  8. GET is safe, idempotent, cacheable, and zipable.
  9. Again, this is safe, idempotent, cacheable, and zipable.
  10. idempotent law x and x is x, that is the meet of x and x is x the join of x and x is x,
  11. itself, such a matrix is called as the idempotent matrix where if you square it, you get itself.
  12. are created is such that undo and redo operations are what are called as idempotent operations.
  13. What is an idempotent operation? idempotent operation is something where it does not matter
  14. updates both of which use what are called as idempotent, undo and redo operations. There
  15. And Selectors are idempotent that means when you call the selector function with same input then it will return the same output every time.
  16. If the quantity and price value will change then only it will return different values. Such function which always returns the same output if input is same are called idempotent function. So now you know selectors are idempotent.