I added a bunch of B. In some cases, B replaced A. In other words:
I added B, and replaced with B.
How can I write that more succinctly?
Added and replaced B
The above is not correct, because it implies B was replaced with something else.
Added and replaced with B
The above is ambiguous, as it could be interpreted as "Added with B, and replaced with B". "Added with B" is not something I did.
Is there a single word I could use instead of "replace with"? Is there another way to formulate the sentence without repeating B or adding A?
Edit: More verbosely:
I added MyNamespace.MyInterfaceFunction to classes which did not already have a similar function, and replaced the similar functions with MyNamespace.MyInterfaceFunction in those that did.