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  1. past of interchange

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An interchange is a location where two things meet, usually perform some kind of exchange, and possibly go on their ways again. It is used in a number of different contexts. Interchange may refer to:


Computers and Communication

  • Interchange (software), an open source ecommerce application server (advanced solution for building customized webshops).
  • Electronic Data Interchange, the computer-to-computer exchange of business data in a standard format
  • Peripheral Interchange Program, software to enable computers to exchange files
  • ASCII, the American Standard Code for Information Interchange
  • Time Slot Interchange, a digital technique for switching whereby data in a particular time slot on the incoming port is put on a different time slot on the outgoing port
  • Interchange circuit, a circuit that facilitates the exchange of data and signaling information
  • Interchange File Format, a generic file format that eases the transfer of data between different pieces of software


  • Interchange (Australian rules football), in Australian rules football, refers to a group of players in a sporting team that can be substituted into a match, replacing players coming off the ground
  • Interchange (banking), the money paid from the Acquirer to the debit or credit card issuer for every transaction
  • Interchange fee, the fee that a merchant's bank pays a customer's bank when merchants accept cards using card networks as payments
  • Interchange Group, a company in the UK which sell Mobile and Remote working solutions
  • Interchange of limiting operations, the commutativity of certain mathematical operations such as limits, derivatives, and integrals

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