program | engleski leksikon

1. program


1. A system of projects or services intended to meet a public need; SYN. programme.
2. An announcement of the events that will occur as part of a theatrical or sporting event; SYN. programme.
3. A performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation; SYN. programme.
4. A television show

program | engleski leksikon

2. program


Sinonimi: programme | computer program | computer programme

(Computer science) A sequence of instructions that a computer can interpret and execute; SYN. programme, computer program, computer programme.
A list of instructions that a computer follows to perform a task.
A sequence of instructions that can be executed by a computer. The term can refer to the original source code or to the executable (machine language) version. Also called: software. See also program creation, routine, statement.
A list of instructions that a computer follows to perform a task.
In computing, a set of instructions that controls the operation of a computer. There are two main kinds: applications programs, which carry out tasks for the benefit of the user—for example, word processing; and systems programs, which control the internal workings of the computer. A utility program is a systems program that carries out specific tasks for the user. Programs can be written in any of a number of programming languages but are always translated into machine code before they can be executed by the computer.
There are several ways of writing programs:
Procedural programming, in which programs are written as lists of instructions for the computer to obey in sequence, is by far the most popular. It is the “natural” style, closely matching the computer’s own sequential operation; declarative programming, as used in the programming language prolog, does not describe how to solve a problem, but rather describes the logical structure of the problem. Running such a program is more like proving an assertion than following a procedure; functional programming is a style based largely on the definition of functions. There are very few functional programming languages, hope and ml being the most widely used, though many more conventional languages (for example c) make extensive use of functions; object-oriented programming, the most recently developed style, involves viewing a program as a collection of objects that behave in certain ways when they are passed certain “messages”. For example, an object might be defined to represent a table of figures, which will be dis
Played on screen when a “display” message is received.

program | engleski leksikon

3. program


Sinonimi: programme | programme

1. To arrange a program of or for; SYN. programme.
2. To write a computer program; SYN. programme.
To create a computer program, a set of instructions that a computer or other device executes to perform a series of actions or a particular type of work.

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