verb[with object] Computing
Fix (data or parameters) in a program in such a way that they cannot be altered without modifying the program.
More example sentences
- Shaders have been integrated into graphics hardware for some time now, but originally were hard-coded into graphics cards meaning that games developers could not alter the way they worked.
- True, we have exploited the fact that we can generate a calendar dynamically, but this event was hard-coded into the program, making it impossible for a nonprogrammer to add, modify or delete the event.
- In an article produced online, it is good manners to turn the reference into an active link, either with or without the link details being hard-coded alongside.
Definition of hard-code in:
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