subprogram


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

subprogram

[¦səb′prō‚gram]
(computer science)
A part of a larger program which can be converted independently into machine language.
References in periodicals archive ?
This subprogram provides support for the infrastructure of protected agriculture and related services, including training and technical assistance.
Transfer Bound is composed of two subprograms: 1) Scholarships and their Aftermath, and 2) the Mentorship Program.
When the main program calls the macro subprogram, the control jumps to the subprogram and runs the following routine.
Two subprograms were identified: 1) park maintenance and green area management, and 2) public area cleanliness.
The others were the Improving Growth Corridors in Mindanao Road Sector project, which received a $380-million loan, as well as the Expanding Private Participation in Infrastructure Program (Subprogram 2) and Inclusive Finance Development Program (Subprogram 1), which received loans worth $300 million each.
The grant is being provided under subprogram 3 of the Second Investment Climate Improvement Program (Second ICIP).
In October, the ADB's P16.412-billion Increasing Competitiveness for Inclusive Growth Subprogram 2 loan to the Philippines jacked up to P18.888 billion the government's gross external borrowings from just P880 million in the same month last year.
Islamabad -- The Government of Pakistan (GoP) and the Asian Development Bank (ADB) have signed a Letter of Exchange for the establishment of Pakistan National Fund for Disaster Management (PNFDM), a programme loan for Sustainable Energy Sector Reform Programme- Subprogram II and two project loans of Advance Metering Infrastructure Project and New Customer Information and Billing System for Entire Company in IESCO and LESCO, says a press release issued here on Thursday.
The grant agreement is signed for completion of the investment climate improvement subprogram 2.
He develops a SPICE-like netlist or node list method of nominal circuit analysis; then adds subprogram routines to perform tolerance analysis using root-sum-square, extreme value analysis, and Monte Carlo analysis in the direct-current, frequency, and time domains.
The request for the Science subprogram is $125.434 million in FY 2000, compared with $118.318 million in 1999.
Another important issue in Cobol-85 is the ability to CALL a nested subprogram either by REFERENCE or by CONTENT.