Codification (noun)

  1. The act of organizing laws, rules, or information into a systematic and formal code or set of codes.
  2. The process of reducing complex information into a clear and organized set of rules or laws.


From 'code' meaning 'system of rules' and '-ification' meaning 'the act of making into'.


  1. The codification of the laws was necessary to ensure that everyone understood their rights and responsibilities.
  2. The codification of accounting principles helped to standardize financial reporting.
  3. The codification of scientific knowledge made it easier for researchers to access and share information.
  4. The codification process involved collecting and organizing existing laws and regulations into a single document.
  5. The codification of the rules for the game of chess made it easier to learn and follow the game.
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