toy program

toy program

(programming)
1. A trivial program that can be readily comprehended.

2. A program for which the effort of initial coding dominates the costs through its life cycle.

See also noddy.
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Its annual 2018 DuPage Toy Program expects to provide up to two toys to more than 1,500 children from nearly 800 households this year.
-- partnering with the West Brookfield Police Association Holiday Toy Program
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master toy rights to Playmates, which will roll out a massive, nationwide toy program in the fourth quarter.
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It's annual 2018 DuPage Toy Program expects to provide up to two toys to over 1,500 children from nearly 800 households this year.
*West Brookfield, 128 West Main St.; West Brookfield Police Association Holiday Toy program.
Claus' visit will be matched by the bank, with proceeds benefitting the West Brookfield Police Association's Holiday Toy Program. Donations are not required.
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Each year, students, faculty and staff can have one or two on-campus parking tickets forgiven in exchange for either $10 per ticket to benefit the Telegram & Gazette Santa Fund or a toy of equal value to benefit the Marine Corps Toys for Tots or other toy program for needy children.