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computer code

[kəm′pyüd·ər ‚kōd]
(computer science)
The code representing the operations built into the hardware of a particular computer.
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Even first-timers should not have an excessive amount of hassle mistreatment this computer code just because it's terribly user friendly and quite simple.
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Projects in computational chemistry and physics have always been hampered by the generation of computer codes needed for research.
Consider the Texas programmer Evan Brown, who dreamed up a procedure to translate old computer code into new languages and has spent the last six years fighting for the rights to it.
The system created by the commission to look inside these black boxes includes a level of examination that, at times, reaches so deeply into the model that individual lines of computer code are analyzed to ensure that they are performing the appropriate calculations on the appropriate data and are producing results that are reasonable in light of the scientific criteria underlying the effect being analyzed.
These populations were tracked using a computer code until they reached a plane located 10 Earth radii on the dark side of the Earth.
Under the new law, civil statutory damages for gaining access to a piece of copyrighted work secured by computer code range from $200 to $2,500.
The man has now been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly stealing the computer code but he has denied the allegation.
Riverwoods, IL) has begun the publication of The Year 2000 and Beyond: Liability and Insurance for Computer Code Problems.
And that warning goes double for older custom plantwide applications software, whose homegrown computer code is a "major problem," says Polizotto.
Analysts estimate the Millennium problem will affect more than 90 percent of Fortune 1000 companies, potentially disrupting more than 1 trillion lines of computer code across all platforms, from mainframes to desktop computers.

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