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(IEEE) (1) In software engineering, the process of expressing a computer program in a programming language. (2) The transforming of logic and data from design specifications (design descriptions) into a programming language. See: implementation.
The act of programming a computer; specifically, generating source code in the language of the program's choice. The most popular languages used by programmers are Pascal, C, and C++.
Coding is a term used to describe making or writing a document using a mark-up language. It can also be used to describe programming.
Third step in program development life cycle that involves translating the solution algorithm into a programming language and entering the programming language code into the computer. 15.13
typing characters into a language that a computer will understand
The process of writing the programming language statements to create a computer program.
The underlining of new language and overstriking of deleted existing language in a bill, required by the rules of both houses of the legislature, which indicates changes being made to the text of existing law or an existing constitutional provision.
1) use of visual "codes," such as size, shape, or color to highlight or emphasize displayed data or objects; 2) use of a programming language to build software.
The grouping of fund, appropriation, program, sub-program, budget, object and project.
The process of translating from a detailed design to statements in a programming language.