program block


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program block

[′prō·grəm ‚bläk]
(computer science)
A division or section of a computer program that functions to a large extent as if it were a separate program.
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These original program blocks will be anchored by eight, live "Ask The Doctor" series, during which physicians and other health care professionals provide highly visualized answers to viewers' call-in and studio audience questions.
Allowing programming to be done by assembling program blocks into sequences, this function gives the operator more options for creating custom molds, says Yushin.
It allows program blocks to be assembled into sequences, making customization easy.
Programming is done by assembling program blocks into sequences, which reportedly provides more options for creating custom modes.
Organized around three main program blocks, University Research & Education, Acreo Socware Center, and International R&D establishments, the cluster includes industry leaders, such as Ericsson and Nokia, over twenty smaller up-and-coming system design companies, and four leading technology universities: Chalmers University of Technology, Lund University, the Royal Institute of Technology, and Linkoping University.
Univision's new network will aim to grow Spanish-language viewership with exciting first-run program choices, including prime-time special event programming, a wide selection of youth-targeted program blocks, and popular live sporting events, as well as a dynamic daily sports program.
These original program blocks are anchored by eight "Ask The Doctor" series, during which physicians and other healthcare professionals provide highly visualized answers to viewer and studio audience questions.

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