program time

program time

[′prō·grəm ‚tīm]
(computer science)
The phase of computer operation when an instruction is being interpreted so that it can be carried out.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Turner channels, like TNT and TBS, could use some freed-up program time to air HBO reruns, which could in turn bring new viewers to HBO, he told the Journal, adding that "A lot of the content spend is in Turner, specifically TNT and TBS.
Nielsen told Adweek that the average clutter time today is 13:32 on broadcast; 16:59 on cable (so the program time averages barely 43 minutes).
The SST39VF80XC offers fast, 7 (is program time (typical) and access times of 55 ns and 70 ns.
The site programs also included physical activity components as well as program time for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania.
When adapting ISP, other than the program time incurred in the total test cycle time, one should consider design for programmability.
The Air Transport Association was among the organizations requesting an extension, which will give companies not already in the testing program time determine what work is subject to testing.
Dividing program time wisely is the order of the day when it comes to career programs.
These included consistent use of language, more one-on-one program time, and ensuring that content areas are covered thoroughly.
Years ago, when I was a camp director, we had some optional program time, which we called "College Day." We gave campers schedule cards with four periods to be scheduled.
Broadcasting on the country's Channel 3 since June, the station took over program time previously assigned to stations MTK and 2x2.

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