teleprogram

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

tele- +‎ program

Noun[edit]

teleprogram (plural teleprograms)

  1. (computing, dated, rare) Any computer program acquired as telesoftware.
    • 1983, Ján Gecsei, The architecture of videotex systems
      The architecture should provide for a reliable communication infrastructure required for the transfer of files (teleprograms, displayable pages...
    • 1984, Hugh T Smith, Computer-based message services
      After having finished composing the text, the teleprogram tells the PI0 to establish the telephone connection to the VTX center and sends the text...
    • 1985, OCLC FirstSearch Electronic Collections Online, Information services and use
      Obviously, appropriate interfaces between the magazine-manager and the teleprograms will have to be made. At this point such systems are not yet implemented...

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