valid program

valid program

[′val·əd ′prō‚gram]
(computer science)
A computer program whose statements, individually and together, follow the syntactical rules of the programming language in which it is written, so that they are capable of being translated into a machine language program.
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Commands are required to review all short-term extension requests to ensure they are executed for valid program and career management reasons.
A built-in verifier checks byte code to ensure that the processor has a valid program. If you compile Java to native code, you miss the chance to have the verifier ensure no one has tampered with your program.
CMS' response was that not all labs are state-of-the-art, and that CMS will work with individuals and labs to make necessary adjustments to ensure MIME is a valid program. Chairman Sundwall stated due diligence was exercised prior to MIME's approval.
To institute a valid program requires time, equipment and expertise.
It is possible for a valid program or file to in some way resemble a virus.
Everybody accepted the objective that any valid program that ran on a smaller machine should also run on a larger one, but it wasn't obviously true that the reverse would also hold.
Survey results also indicate that the methods used to analyze the data are both fair and effective, and that future administrations of the survey will result in valid program assessments.
There were also proposals to restrict the term "residency," despite the existence of other health professions residency programs, including valid programs in nursing.
The ultimate goal, no matter which way the tool is used, is to help schools take decisive steps toward strong implementation of scientifically valid programs. The following chapters are included: (1) Schoolwide Reading Programs; (2) Establishing a Self-Study Leadership Team; (3) Describing the Core Program; (4) Instructional Research; (5) Time Management; (6) School Climate; (7) Professional Development; (8) Principal's Supervisory Classroom Observation; (9) Student Assessment; (10) Literacy Learning Environment; (11) School-to-Home Communication to Involve Parents; and (12) Putting It All Together.