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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hardcode.
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It looks like your code hardcodes probabilities for certain mutations, then mutates one? locus at a time.
A VIEW hardcodes business rules to define more objects.
The day Microsoft hardcodes into Windows the inability to access Google, that'll be the day Microsoft Windows officially begins its death spiral ...
Basically it follows the old idea of one LUN per target (alias), so it just hardcodes the LUN 0.
* Links to documents on a file share, which is useful for intranet Web sites, are not possible through the WYSIWYG interface; Contribute automatically uploads a duplicate of the file to the Web server unless the user hardcodes the link using the HTML Snippet feature
This example hardcodes the values of objects which a user can select - in this case to either Account or Contact and the field used as a filter - in this case the zipcode.