Similar words: program, grammar, progressive, swimming, biography, immigrant, photograph, demographic. Meaning: ['prəʊgræmɪŋ] n. 1. setting an order and time for planned events 2. creating a sequence of instructions to enable the computer to do something.
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1. He has not much experience in programming.
2. The special TV report disrupted regular programming.
3. Programming the video is simplicity itself.
4. Computer programming needs someone with a logical mind.
5. There are some programming errors that need correction.
6. Programming really isn't my field - you'd better ask Phil.
7. Regular programming was preempted by a report on the war.
8. The study investigates the impact of violent TV programming on children.
9. Firstly, programming of cardiovascular disease may continue during infancy.
10. It would also run on the Java programming language.
11. Maternal nutrition may be an important influence on programming.
12. No creature ever deviates from its instinctive mental programming.
13. The advertising agency and the ratings drive programming.
14. Today television networks face increasing competition from cable programming.
15. In terms of programming, sports immediately comes to mind.
16. A programming language used to develop application software.
17. I didn't realize programming the VCR would be so complicated.
18. The use of linear programming as an aid to decision making when allocating scarce investment funds has been widely advocated.
19. This team carries out information-related analysis and programming for all teaching and non-teaching departments.
20. This seems to imply that care programming has been considered and dismissed as redundant in view of prevailing systems of mental health care.
21. The Winter Olympics received over 160 hours of television programming.
22. He entered into a technical explanation about software and programming.
23. Broadcasts to a limited audience begin today, while expanded programming starts on April 15.
24. Widely used around the world, A86 is the number one comprehensive assembly language programming system.
25. I think the market will be increasingly excited about wireless communication in general,(http://sentencedict.com) which could include direct-broadcast satellite programming.
26. They find it useful to know where, in a million lines of group-written programming code, the areas of churn are.
27. If you are an experienced computer programmer, please try to forget your coding experience, because no programming is required.
28. For that reason, Apple broke tradition and did not include a programming language along with the machine.
29. The decision to go down the Windows route was largely down to his insistence that it would offer greater programming flexibility.
30. But I was not of that age, had no desire to learn programming languages, and had undergone game aversion therapy.
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