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Writing in a programming language. Hand coding in assembly language or in a third-generation language, such as C or Java, is the traditional way programs have been developed. In contrast, visual programming tools allow full applications or parts of an application to be developed without writing lines of programming code. Many high-level development systems offer a combination of visual tools, while allowing the programmer to "hand code" the parts that are not predefined. See hard coded.
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The integration enables CBS to replace the traditionally time-consuming hand-coding of survey responses with the lightning speed of automation, a move that increases the number of insights that can be obtained and opens up the ability to contextualize survey responses in an unprecedented fashion.
While the East Asian country is a latecomer in AI, deep learning puts Korea and other countries on a level field, as it turns AI from hand-coding algorithms to training using data.
With built-in automation based on native Snowflake functions, wizards and best practices, customers can eliminate the time-intensive hand-coding involved in data infrastructure development.
This software removed all formatting and the resulting files were stored locally in a password-protected folder according to the hand-coding on each paper.
Our platform will improve developer productivity 10x as compared to hand-coding.
As an alternative to addressing narrow tasks through hand-coding (like teaching a computer to play chess), they see deep learning as the key to discovering general human-level intelligence algorithms.
You could even automate the creation and management of warehouse documentation, diagrams, and lineage information by completely eliminating hand-coding in SQL or in esoteric, tool-specific languages.
The Accelerator eliminates the need for hand-coding; a typically complex and lengthy process, so project times and costs are typically cut by fifty percent or more.
For Hadoop developers familiar with Pig Latin, this mapper enables them to quickly develop, test and preview their data jobs within a GUI environment, rather than resort to hand-coding.