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editor program

[′ed·ə·tər ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A special program by means of which a user can easily perform corrections, insertions, modifications, or deletions in an existing program or data file.
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All the subjects in each experimental condition were told that the research aim was to study how a user learns a music score editor program.
The author has used a very similar combination of editor program and batch file for a number of years as a simple on-line telephone book.
Converting and editing music LPs or tapes to MP3 or WMA formats directly to CDs or DVDs is made simple with the Sound Editor program.
You can program your Web pages in several ways: by using HTML code or by using standalone editor programs that automatically generate HTML code or add-on packages for various word processing programs that create the special code.
Instructional material is entered in a source file using any of the common text editor programs.
It also prevents all kinds of variants that exploit the vulnerabilities of the readers or editor programs.
In addition, OpenPDA provides a full Personal Information Management (PIM) suite that includes calendar, contacts, to do list, e-mail, and text editor programs.
In addition, OpenPDA provides a full Personal Information Management (PIM) suite, which includes calendar, contacts, to do list, e-mail, and text editor programs.
Traditional HTML editor programs require substantial knowledge of HTML for even modest Web page development.