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program in Computers topic

programprogram2 verb (programmed, programming) [transitive]  1 TDto give a computer a set of instructions that it can use to perform a particular operationprogram something to do something attempts to program computers to produce and understand speech Any large high-speed computer can be programmed to learn.2 XXthe American spelling of programme programmer→ See Verb table
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programHal spends most of his time programming.Java is a programming language that Sun unveiled last year.It would also run on the Java programming language.The computers have been programmed to automatically save whatever you're working on.His most striking proposition to the lay reader is that human beings are genetically programmed to learn certain kinds of language.The orchestra programs very little music by living composers.Perhaps the most important change in Netscape Version 2 is its ability to run programs written in the Java programming language.program something to do somethingI've programmed the VCR to record the 9 o'clock movie.