preprogramming


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pre·pro·gram

 (prē-prō′grăm′, -grəm)
tr.v. pre·pro·grammed, pre·pro·gram·ming, pre·pro·grams or pre·pro·gramed or pre·pro·gram·ing
To program in advance; preset.

preprogramming

(priːˈprəʊɡræmɪŋ)
n
(Computer Science) the action of programming a computer in advance
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The TV Terminator is the first interactive universal remote control for television, VCR and cable that incorporates sound effects and preprogramming for virtually all manufacturers' products.
We are preprogramming the Concord switch to respond automatically to a variety of default scenarios," said Brian Montgomery, Cellular One vice president of engineering.