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  • v. Alternative spelling of hard code.

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Examples

  • Computer scientists are researching ways to hard-code these devices to make them more resistant to infections - particularly of the "zombie-computer," i.e. botnet, variety.

    Jay Bavisi: Microsoft's Biggest Patch Tuesday Ever -- Better Update Your System, or Else

  • No one would have begrudged Google the right to make Blogger the default, but to hard-code it so that it only worked with Blogger, when there was a perfectly good API they could have used instead?

    It’s just business « Scripting News Annex

  • This generates the same HTML as my first attempt, without having to hard-code any URLs.

    November 2008

  • If, for example, you're writing a program that is only ever going to be used for one virtual world, you could happily hard-code the lot, with only variable data such as whether a door is open or not stored as data eg. in a database.

    Guess My Game

  • No hard-code updates of any sidebar elements required when a new sticky post is produced.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Failing a hard-code option, we can attempt to communicate these ideas to the new intelligence.

    The Speculist: God and the Singularity

  • If you're not a Greasemonkey user, & you're not ready to dip your toe in there yet, you can also hard-code the links per the instructions on Thom's page.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • This method looks for keywords in the post titles, and uses javascript to manage the sidebar menu... although I guess you can hard-code the URLs into your sidebar too?

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • And I agree with your point I think that it's hard to hard-code a particular political fiction into popular game play that diverges from the politics that are appealing to the player-consumers.

    Norrath's Fictional Factions

  • Make the tags the keywords in your posts, then hard-code the Google Blogsearch search-string into your sidebar.

    Tags, Categories, Technorati & Google Blogsearch - Freshblog

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