hard code

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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The KEY change in the technology and solutions approach to deal with things like AP vendor invoices has been the adoption of machine learning and intelligent process automation, so that todays tools can learn and adapt to different types of data and documents, without having to hard code or meticulously configure (and reconfigure) a solution
Over 300 devices have been identified that utilize a hard code password, creating a huge security loophole.
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There is no processing limit and no need for the user agents to hard code a carrier's proxy address into their network configuration schemas.
Features include enumerated types that avoid the need to hard code instructions, like using numbers to specific a color.
"There are experienced operators that are good enough to do our type of work with old hard code," says Knapke.
The cost to create templates for a typical Web publication is about 10 percent of the cost to hard code the same volume of documents--but the real cost savings with Panagon are realized every time a document is updated because the re-publishing of the new version is handled automatically, without Web staff intervention."
An alternative strategy, to avoid having to copy the program algorithm from RAM, is to hard code the program in the MCU's ROM during wafer processing, allowing the application program to be executed directly from ROM.
Technically, the Lotus software deals with making full-screen apps suitable for viewing on restricted screen size mobile phones either by rendering standard code into wireless markup language or allowing developers to hard code applications in WML.
"Column width is a hard code in classified pagination," he said, explaining that with older systems, it is harder to change column widths.