hard code

hard code

[′härd ′kōd]
(computer science)
Program statements that are written into the computer program itself, in contrast to external tables and files to hold values and parameters used by the program.
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Within large commercial and government organizations, it is a standard practice to hard code server passwords into applications where they are visible to developers, administrators and contractors.
Enterprises are spending a large percentage of their integration budget on developers to hard code adapters, resulting in a costly and labor-intensive process.
Windows Workflow Foundation's common rules infrastructure will enable ADERANT to easily customize business functions to better support the needs of its clients as well as minimize the need to hard code business logic within its applications.
Because FusionWare is committed to open standards with a solution that is based on XML and Java technologies, we are able to roll out our Health Connection Networks(TM) system very rapidly, without having to hire additional programmers to hard code the conversion of unstructured data, such as Microsoft Word and Excel documents, and proprietary EDI data into HL7-compliant XML.
Prior to FLEXnet, software publishers had to hard code their licensing terms into their products, which meant that terms remained static and unchangeable until the next major release.
Hard code the MAC addresses for network cards permitted to join the network to prevent unauthorized access to the network.