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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of hardcode.

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  • It hides code in a rootkit on infected systems and exploits knowledge of a database server password hardcoded into the Siemens software.

    CNET News.com

  • A few hours ago our other editor Vantec posted the HDrip of this moive but with korean subtitles hardcoded, while this is the same source the subtitles have been cropped off.

    Releaselog | RLSLOG.net

  • With "hardcoded" SQL statements the statements can be directly copied from the code without unnecessary steps.

    ASP.NET Community Spotlight

  • Another interesting issue is that it seems that the "hardcoded" Uiemo primitives don't implement HbStyleInterface class.

    Planet Maemo

  • In an old project I've used a simple OpenMP-style "parallel for" data parallelization methods inside a sequential game loop, and in a more recent projects I've usually utilized "hardcoded" threading, where I manually craft the different thread systems (usually just main loop, AI, renderer and data loading) that are needed and explicitly define their synchronization boundaries.

    GameDev.Net

  • What you will learn with my secret formula is actually 'hardcoded' and straight to the point,

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  • "'PHASE TWO WORK WILL GO HERE (SENDING EMAIL) dwebster84:, would you consider having it so you don't have your password hardcoded in any way at all

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  • It provides hardcoded ctrl, tab and esc buttons for easy access at the top of the screen.

    iPhone SSH review: iSSH v. pTerm v. TouchTerm v. SSH : #comments

  • It has several hardcoded buttons across the top of the screen for exit, ctrl, function keys (F1 – F9), shift and tab.

    iPhone SSH review: iSSH v. pTerm v. TouchTerm v. SSH : #comments

  • Yes, an orc bloodrager is now “hardcoded” to level 7.

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