command-driven program

command-driven program

[kə¦mand ‚driv·ən ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program that accepts command words and statements typed in by the user.
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Raggett's original is (surprisingly) a command-driven program where you have to provide the parameters in a text command.
GAP is a command-driven program for designing and analyzing reflected antenna systems of arbitrary geometry.
A menu-driven program is normally easier to use than a command-driven program, particularly for those not particularly well expeirenced in computer usage.

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