metaprogram

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Etymology[edit]

meta- +‎ program

Noun[edit]

metaprogram (plural metaprograms)

  1. (neurolinguistic programming) A thinking pattern which determines what information a person takes note of and what information they screen out.
  2. (programming) A computer program that writes or manipulates other programs as data, or does the work at runtime that would otherwise be done at compile time.

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References[edit]

"Practical NLP for Managers", Ian McDermott, p. 159.