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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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Use the following resources to help your staff and students get started using free and open source programs (each is available for Windows, Macintosh and Linux):
Announced in February 2005, Klocwork's open source program is designed to enable open source organizations to leverage Klocwork's award-winning static analysis tool to remove critical defects and security vulnerabilities from software source code.
Mandriva provides its customers with innovative and global offerings associating exclusive Open Source programs and adapted services, and makes them fully benefit from the power, the performance, and ease of use through Mandriva Linux based products.
protexIP/OnDemand leverages Black Duck's proven digital Code Print technology and extensive open source KnowledgeBase to recognize when code from any of tens of thousands of open source programs have been inserted into users' source code - even small blocks of code or code that has been modified.
To address these challenges, Black Duck protexIP/development automatically recognizes when any of thousands of open source programs -- even software code "snippets" or small blocks of code -- have been inserted into source code.