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machine language

A set of instructions written in symbols and graphic representations in a logical language understood by computers; it is flexible but error-prone, requiring advanced skill to write computer progams in it.
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This method is based on encryption and decryption code of critical program modules during execution.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- Boys & Girls Clubs of America is expanding its arsenal of resources available to its Clubs nationwide in the fight against gangs with the launch of Valuing Differences, a new program module that integrates acceptance of cultural diversity into gang prevention efforts.
The launch of the M7 Loyalty Program Module adds another valuable tool to our mobile community services," said William Erickson, president and CEO of M7 Networks.
Pre-Service Teachers Education Program (Pre-STEP), a project of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) which was one of the collaborators of this workshop rendered its all support for the final review of the PCEPT program modules.
training program modules are now offered in eight languages other than English, including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese and Turkish.
The program modules obtained will be used later to built an expert system for managing and monitoring equipments in thermo-electric power stations.
Program modules editor (easily allows for editing of programs)
Also, the maintenance of applications become easier, especially for the applications which consist of many program modules, because changes in specification are updated in all program modules during the process of generation.
Even after reviewing the literature and online textbooks, he found the ABIM's self-evaluation program modules difficult.
Becoming this type of facilitator enables participants to train line staff in their own jurisdictions on some or all of the program modules.

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