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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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In comparison to existing traditional HD network STBs, the B760H supports hard coding visual communication, which possesses several advantages in terms of HD technology.
This obviates the conventional solution: hard coding material requirements planning, enterprise resource planning, or other back-office systems so they can perform whatever data translations are needed for the various companies data are being transmitted to.
Using the mobile smart client, Pronto makes it easy to customize and deploy network-centric applications - usable online or offline - without the hard coding and installation of traditional software.
sci-worx is an excellent example of a company that understands the benefits of using processors instead of hard coding algorithms into logic gates," stated Steve Roddy, Tensilica's vice president of marketing.
The FusionWare Integration Server is a key component in Portarius' Health Connection Networks(TM) -- enabling a seamless connection of all existing practice management and corporate occupational health information systems -- without the high costs associated with manual data management, hard coding dozens of data transformations, and other time intensive processes required to meet the stringent HIPAA compliance rules.
2 as particularly significant for companies trying to streamline and automate their business processes with business rules, as opposed to more expensive and inflexible hard coding.
They take advantage of the new capabilities of service-oriented development by enabling the binding and assembly of reusable XML components rather than hard coding with traditional object-oriented software.
This component-based architecture separates data from applications, allowing the user to reap the full benefit of true extensibility -- the ability to plug-and-play legacy and new data sources and applications without the expense and inflexibility of traditional EAI hard coding and reuse those components in radically different deployments.
PresenterPRO includes step-by-step wizards and requires absolutely no hard coding, so virtually anyone within an organization can use PresenterPRO to create professional streaming presentations in minutes.
Available to Indus clients today, the Pulse integration is based on a technology that doesn't require any hard coding.
Cacheon's BSC gives customers visibility into all available components and automates the integration, deployment, and management of applications across a network of mixed platforms without hard coding.
And, because the NexStor 18F allows hard coding of drive-IDs, it is one of the only third-party fibre channel storage solutions for Sun Solaris.