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executable program

[‚ek·sə¦kyüd·ə·bəl ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A program that is ready to run on a computer.
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ClientSS: It is the name of executable program and file-transmission server (transmitter) program.
After it is available, an executable program can be made from any collection of source code by simply running the compiler program so that it does the job of translating it.
6k free and that the largest executable program can be 634.
But as seen by the user, these components are just as much of the product as the executable program.
Whats nice about this database is it is going to be built into an actual executable program that will allow you to sort/search by any/all fields and then export unlimited to csv format.
The 32-month concept definition and program planning phase focuses on defining design objectives, conducting trade studies to establish a technical baseline, reducing technology risk and developing an executable program plan.
Pay particular attention to executable program files (which end with the names exe, com or bat).
Here's how PNC works: each machine axis is governed by its own chip that carries the executable program for one part at a time.
This database will be built into an actual executable program that will allow you to sort/search by any/all fields and then export unlimited to csv format.
The 32-month concept definition and program planning phase will focus on defining design objectives, conducting trade studies to establish a technical baseline, reducing technology risk and developing an executable program plan.
The spread of file viruses was initially slow because most people rarely traded executable program files.
Don't permit computer users to download an executable program from a public bulletin board and run it on the firm's computers without first performing some software acceptance procedure to ensure it is virus-free.