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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprogrammingpro‧gram‧ming /ˈprəʊɡræmɪŋ $ ˈproʊ-/ ●○○ noun [uncountable]  1 TDthe activity of writing programs for computers, or something written by a programmer a course in computer programming2 TCBAMTtelevision or radio programmes, or the planning of these broadcasts The Winter Olympics received over 160 hours of television programming.
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programmingIn this limited way care programming can be used to set targets and measure progress in developing mental health services.Computer viruses are bits of destructive programming.This process is analogous to estimating, programming and monitoring a construction project.Much of the evening programming is too violent for children.The area in which Sue Grayson Ford is going to be judged most critically will be on her programming of exhibitions.Clearly there's a crisis in pop music programming.It can be postulated that the programming effect of high potencies is greater than that of low potencies.The year includes the presentation of a methodical approach to programming and contact with different programming environments.
From Longman Business Dictionaryprogrammingpro‧gram‧ming /ˈprəʊgræmɪŋˈproʊ-/ noun [uncountable]1COMPUTING the work of writing instructions for computers to perform particular tasksan expert in computer programming2television or radio programmes, or the work involved in producing themThe network will broadcast eight hours of programming a day.He plans to move into programming.
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