American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The designing, scheduling, or planning of a program, as in broadcasting.
- n. The writing of a computer program.
- v. present participle of program.
- n. broadcasting The designing, scheduling or planning of a radio or television program / programme
- n. brain-washing
- n. computing The act of writing a computer program.
- n. The software that controls a machine, or the logic or expressed in such software; operating instructions
- n. creating a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something
- n. setting an order and time for planned events
“I find it humorous that anyone would defend some ribbing of the OS Marketshare "bully", particularly since Easter Eggs in programming is a longstanding tradition.”
“One of the problems that exists in programming is trying to satisfy all tastes.”
“Unfortunately his programming is a shoddy and he ends up destroying the planet instead.”
“Essentially the programming is a compendium of the highlights of the American electronic media.”
“It encourages the network's inertial tendency in programming, which is to treat (and pay) the stars like stars but be ruthless the minute their popularity begins to flag, and not to get locked into a large permanent payroll for any show.”
“This fall, MyTV launched what it calls a programming service.”
“Don’t get me wrong, I think formal training in programming is mandatory for most science professionals.”
“But first it needs support and 3-D programming from a Hollywood studio, which will help convince consumers to spend the big bucks to step up to 3-D.”
“As for Fow News, the vast majority of its programming is talk show based.”
“Note that object-oriented programming is based on the idea of hiding and protecting as much information as possible between modules.”
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