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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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Other school systems, colleges and universities participating in IBM and Vital Source programs include the Arizona School of Health Sciences, Boston University, the Clark County School District (Nevada) Virtual School Project, Florida Virtual High School, the North Carolina A&T nursing program, the National Paideia Center, New York University, Peace College, SUNY-Buffalo, the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey, the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, and Wake Forest University.
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