OLD TITLE: Single word for “moving an element of an order into another order at the same place?”
Something similar to the word move would do the trick.
Imagine that I was talking about people (element) in a line (order)
"I moved Person A out of Line 1 to Line 2"
Now, this is nearly what I am looking for, except there is one other thing I need the verb to do, which is to emphasize the fact that it was moved to a corresponding place within the line/array.
To say this using the word "move" I would have to say:
"I moved Person A out of Line 1 at Line Position Alpha to Line 2 at that same position (Line Position Alpha)"
that is to say, I recorded Person A's place in line, took him out of Line 1, and had him cut in line at the position I recorded, so he doesn't "loose his place in line."
The purpose of this word is to name a small section in a computer program that I am building. The program has these things similar to lines (called arrays), things similar to people in a line (called elements), and things similar to line positions (array indeces).
So, conclusively, what is the technical-term/word I am looking for?
AUTHOR's NOTE: I also posted this question on stackoverflow with a more-programming-emphasized side of the question here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/39609019/word-for-moving-an-element-into-another-array-at-a-corresponding-index
ANOTHER NOTE: As Paul R mentioned in the comments, I could use "extract (from)" and "insert (at)," but this would be a disfavor as I need both the "from" and "at" to be emphasized single-wordedly, because it will be used in a name, and lengthy names are well, just not efficient nor effective.
The name will be structured like "The Move-ment Process"