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programmatically

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  • adv. In a programmatic manner
  • adv. not by using the user interface but library, function calls or as a last resort, a command line interface.

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Examples

  • The Label is populated programmatically from the code-behind during the Inserted Event of my LinqDataSource.

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  • How about the idea of programmatically by Rob Kall on Friday, Aug 31, 2007 at 1: 28: 04 PM

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  • CorBindToRuntimeEx call programmatically, performing the same parameter substitution as the one we've shown through the lenses of the debugger.

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  • How about the idea of programmatically using real names if some of those flaggable words are used, like zionist, nazi, sh*t, islamofacist, a**hole, liar, loser ...

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  • Reply: How about the idea of programmatically using real names if some of those flaggable words are used, like zionist, nazi, sh*t, islamofacist, a**hole, liar, loser ...

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  • Alternatively, for the "programmatically" inclined users, you can invoke the "Run as" command through the command shell

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  • RootPanel. get (). add (pushButton); You can set some widget properties "programmatically" without using CSS  definition just as is done above in setting the size of the PushButton.

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  • You can use SMO to automate common SQL Server administrative tasks, such as programmatically retrieving configuration settings, creating new databases, applying Transact-SQL scripts, creating SQL Server Agent jobs, and scheduling backups.

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  • And while that agent is subject to the equilibrium, their action is unlikely to be defined so ... programmatically by it, else the story would be rather dull.

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  • These two books made me think Lorrie Moore might be counted among a younger generation of adventurous writers neither programmatically postmodern nor retreating to the sparer comforts of minimalism, following up on the radical departures of postmodernism in a perhaps less confrontational, more accessible way.

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