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client program

Software that runs in the user's computer. Contrast with "server program," which runs in a server in the network. See client and server.
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"We have a number of client programs that require dedicated development chemist experts for three, six, and 12 months to support route optimization, scale-up, and impurity synthesis," said Compton.
* Ninety-five percent of correctional client program participants are released into stable housing at the time of discharge.
This program employs a client server protocol so that a single computer can be used to operate as the server while users need only to run the client program. It also implements a GUI (graphical user interface) to relieve the experienced user of running many command line functions as well as assisting the new user who may not understand all of the command line functions yet.
The latest version introduces P4Web, a Perforce client program, and Perforce Visual Merge for Windows for developers to track and manage code.
Agents then use the DDIS client program to submit the digital samples and field data to an object database server.
An example COM client program is presented, along with an explanation of all the fundamental COM concepts: HRESULTS, GUIDs, ProgIDs and the IUnknown Interface.
Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client.
"INNOPAC libraries now can provide a convenient way for anyone running a World Wide Web client program, such as Netscape or Mosaic, to access their OPAC databases," said Gerald Kline, president of Innovative Interfaces.
The company said the latest patent allows it to authorize transactions based on a determination that the transaction request is from a merchant that is part of the client program, as well as deny transaction requests from merchants that are not part of the client program.
Drawing on their half-century or so of combined experience with what works and what does not in the classroom, they cover the fundamental elements of teaching and adult learning, course and class planning, lecturing, managing discussions, using alternatives such as case studies, role playing, action learning and experience, using technologies, working with executives, mentoring and counseling students, evaluating and being evaluated, research, managing a degree program or non-degree client program, working with the press, and managing your teaching career.
The LibraryBrowser client program can display and print the text and images, and play the sounds.
International SOS and Control Risks conducted the survey during a client program that addressed key political and travel security risks emerging over the course of the coming year which are likely to shape the environment for organizations operating internationally.

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