reusable program

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n reusable program a program that can be loaded once and executed repeatedly
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Usage


In news:

University of Vermont 's Eco-Ware Reusable Takeout Container Program.
ENCINITAS, Calif — The City of Encinitas, Calif, has introduced the first reusable drycleaning/laundry bag pilot program in the United States, using the Green Garmento bag to help eliminate the use of single-use plastic drycleaning bags.
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In science:

Reusable program library for easy incorporation into new pro jects.
Simulation of Cosmogenic Neutrino Spectra with the GZKFast Event Generator
The reusable program library, libgzkparticle, is written in C++ and designed to be modular and portable across platforms.
Simulation of Cosmogenic Neutrino Spectra with the GZKFast Event Generator
Making this explicit distinction in different types of information will increase readability, maintainability and reusability of programming code.
A prototype of a knowledge-based programming environment
Firstly, the result of a polymorphic analysis is reusable. A subprogram or a library program that may be used in different places need not to be analysed separately for its different uses.
A Polymorphic Groundness Analysis of Logic Programs
Boogie: A Modular Reusable Verifier for Ob ject-Oriented Programs.
Black-Box Verification for GUI Applications
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