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pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing),
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.

pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing)
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.

programming

Making a set of instructions guiding the actions of a computer, a piece of equipment, an organism, or a research investigation.

pro·gram·ming

(prō'gram-ing)
Sequential instruction; a method of training in discrete segments.
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