elegant program

elegant program

Software that is simple in design. An elegant program means that the program's logic can be easily traced by another programmer. In the past, an elegant program also meant using the least amount of RAM, storage and CPU time. Today, that mostly applies to embedded applications in low-end microcontrollers (MCUs) that have limited RAM and storage. However, requiring fewer machine resources may also be essential in extremely process-intensive applications. See hard coded.
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SHIKARPUR -- An elegant program was organised with great gusto, with religious enthusiasm and solemnity to celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi [SAWW] by Hyder Ali Abro at Pir Salih Shah Street next to Plaza Cinema, here on Wednesday.
Shikarpur -- An elegant program was organized with great gusto, with religious enthusiasm and solemnity to celebrate Eid Milad by Hyder Ali Abro at Pir Salih Shah Street next to Plaza Cinema here.
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It is easy to make the logical leap from an elegant technological coup to an elegant program. Even the anti-social or reprehensible behavior of some computer hackers s foreshadowed in the authority-defying character of many MIT hacks, and has been carried over in the adoption of the word.
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