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Synonyms for computer language

a programming language designed for use on a specific class of computers

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After that, students were better able to learn the specifics of computer languages, such as Java and C++.
SpaceTag Server is packaged and integrated with popular Web server, database server, computer languages and other various tools.
History's biggest biological research collaboration has been hindered in the United States by institutional turf battles, competing budgets and a lack of consensus regarding such basic choices as what computer languages researchers should use to store the mega-reams of data the project will generate.
In model-driven development, applications are written in business language, instead of computer languages.
Although the study found significant enthusiasm for Web services development, Chinese developers are less likely to have made a commitment to proprietary computer languages being promoted as Web Services building blocks.
Established in 1996 to provide custom product development services, Pena has extensive proficiency in multiple computer languages, hardware, systems, databases and software.
W3C, a vendor-neutral organization, promotes interoperability by designing and promoting open (non-proprietary) computer languages and protocols that avoid the market fragmentation of the past.
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Currently, data is collected from patients by clinical trial site managers, monitored by sponsoring companies, processed, formatted and analyzed by data managers, statisticians and clinicians, and presented to regulators using a variety of incompatible data collection tools, database structures and computer languages that often cannot manage or integrate data consistently.
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