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command-driven

Syllabification: com·mand-driv·en

Definition of command-driven in English:

adjective

Computing
(Of a program or computer) operated by means of commands keyed in by the user or issued by another program or computer.
Example sentences
  • They operated in a command-driven environment, with no real staff or staff process at all.
  • The command-driven version provides more flexibility and enables end users to avail themselves of the more complete power of the DIALOG command system.
  • The first programs designed for timeshared computers were command driven.

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