read-in program

read-in program

[′rēd ‚in ‚prō·grəm]
(computer science)
Computer program that can be put into a computer in a simple binary form and allows other programs to be read into the computer in more complex forms.
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Industry heavyweights such as Pizza Hut", Johnson & Johnson, Parents Magazine, Wal-Mart, Borders, Target, Barnes & Noble, The American Library Association and Girl Scouts of the USA are lending their support to Golden Books and its The Big Little Golden Books Read-In program y reinforcing their commitment to fighting the nation's literacy problem.