programming[ proh-gram-ing, -gruh-ming ]SEE DEFINITION OF programming
Synonyms for programming
- set up
- get on line
- lay on
- lay out
- line up
- map out
- pencil in
- work out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PROGRAMMING
The programming is shallowed to the lowest (and widest) common denominator.
The sappy one set the leg and withdrew, programming a call for the next day.
Further on he found the programming screen, which clicked off the progress of the flight in hours, minutes, and seconds.
The operator was sitting at the programming punch, carefully going over a long streamer of tape.
No stronger proof of this can be given than the Boolean logic embedded in computer hardware and programming languages.
Then they found big ones, rank on rank of cabinets, long consoles studded with lights and buttons, programming machines.
Taking a guest around Disney World was like programming a playlist for a date or a car-trip.
To assist the IBM programming staff in reflecting customer requirements in the specification of new programming systems.
This enables management to communicate more easily with the programming staff.
At least one full-time technician-programmer would be needed for maintenance and programming.