hard-coded program

hard-coded program

[¦härd ‚kōd·əd ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A software program or program subroutine that is designed to perform a specific task and is not easily modified.
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Of special interest are older legacy systems where hard-coded programs may be tied to fixed times.
from difficult hard-coded programs into straightforward assembly of preconfigured patterns.