from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A computer program contained within another program that operates semi-independently of the encasing program.
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- n. A program contained within a larger program
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a set sequence of steps, part of larger computer program
• Primary Contributions - Coroutines - a kind of subprogram - Classes, objects, and inheritance Copyright © 2007 Addison-Wesley.
“I can create a subprogram to distract it,” she said, “if we have enough time.”
Where the constant pi had a value of 3.14159… and r as sent to the code from a calling subprogram.
He sent his thanks via the implant to the Roia subprogram, and then turned to Archer.
And this subprogram, which was never officially ratified or published, just rephrased the 1979 document.
The subprocessor was linked to the warp core, and was counting down before executing an unknown subprogram.
He tried to insert the virus twice more, and both times the fault diagnosis subprogram identified the virus and erased it.
The virus was designed to infiltrate the fault diagnosis subprogram and indicate that a dangerous overvoltage had suddenly appeared in the main trunk that connected the solar farms with the base transformers.
As the two men composed themselves, Data initiated a subprogram in his memory banks.
Simeon muttered absendy at the subprogram, and turned his attention back to the simulacrum.
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