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programme or (N Am) program
a the schedule of proceedings for, and list of participants in, a theatre performance, entertainment, ceremony, etc;
b a leaflet or booklet describing these.
2 an agenda, plan or schedule.
3 a series of planned projects to be undertaken.
4 a scheduled radio or TV presentation.
5 (usu program) comput a set of coded instructions to a computer for the performance of a task or a series of operations, written in any of various programming languages.
verb (programmed , programming ; N Am also programed , programing )
1 to include something in a programme; to schedule.
2 to draw up a programme for something.
3 to set (a computer) by program to perform a set of operations.
4 to prepare a program for a computer.
5 to set (a machine) so as to operate at the required time.
6 to train to respond in a specified way.
[18c: from Greek programma the order of the day or schedule]
programmable adjective .

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programme evaluation and review technique
noun business (abbreviation PERT) a method of planning, monitoring and reviewing the progress, costs, etc of a complex project.

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programme music
noun instrumental music which aims to depict a story or scene.

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programmed learning
noun , educ a form of learning in which the learner is given short chunks of information which they must follow with some active response, and in which correct answers are immediately reinforced.
[1950s: based on the behavourist learning theories of US psychologist BF Skinner (1904?90)]

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noun someone who writes computer programs (see programme, noun 5).

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