metaprogram

metaprogram

A program which modifies or generates other programs. A compiler is an example of a metaprogram: it takes a program as input and produces another (compiled) one as output.
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The secret to communicating more effectively: Metaprogram #1.
Filters are part of our neuro-linquistic programming (NLP) or metaprograms, a methodology for understanding and changing human behavior patterns.
Life coach Tony Robbins describes metaprograms as the "keys to the way a person processes information" (2014).
To the extent that it critiques framing and institutional frameworks, it is more concerned with the metaprogram that encapsulates the camera (a nested complex of institutions) than with the camera program per se.
Metascript from the scripting model represents a metaprogram, part of the code used for generating.
1989), since the connecting points do not represent classes and their objects, but only connections between metaprograms and characteristics defined in the application specification(Radosevic, 2005).
Other topics include coupling and cohesion metrics for object-oriented systems, using static analysis tools to find concurrency bugs, refactoring support for modularity maintenance in Erlang, and visualization of C++ template metaprograms.