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software program

Definitions

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  • n. (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory

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Examples

  • He sat there in the dark in that truck, he figured the distance, the temperature, the wind, all went into an equation, which he then ran through the software program preinstalled and precalibrated to bullet weight, powder amount, primer influence, and his little baby computer give him a solution.

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  • SOFTWARE: VISICALC A major part of the answer to the question, "What can I do with this computer?" lies in whether or not the software program in question is so important or useful that it literally sells the computer.

    The Apple II History, by Steven Weyhrich : Software

  • After listening to the Wife and Ron over the tapped line, he'd simply run a renegade software program — a remote star-69 — he'd downloaded from the warez newsgroup on the Internet.

    The Coffin Dancer

  • The QHROM motion analysis software program graphically displays, records, and analyzes the person’s bones rotational interrelationships BRI concomitant with these sixteen flexibility movements.

    The Genius of Flexibility

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