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source program

[′sȯrs ‚prō‚gram]
(computer science)
The form of a program just as the programmer has written it, often on coding forms or machine-readable media; a program expressed in a source-language form.

source program

A program in its original form, as written by the programmer. See source code.
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0, users have access to powerful infrastructure software that can help speed their adoption of SOA by mitigating both financial risk and the risk of vendor lock-in," commented Debbie Moynihan, director, Open Source Programs, IONA.
The Celtix community has delivered a very important milestone that offers users a powerful, robust open source ESB that can provide a solid foundation for their ongoing SOA initiatives," explained Debbie Moynihan, director, Open Source Programs, at project sponsor IONA.