Command-driven



[kuh-mand-driv-uh n] /kəˈmændˌdrɪv ən/

adjective, Computers.
1.
pertaining to or denoting a software program whose instructions to perform specified tasks are issued by the user as typed commands in predetermined syntax (contrasted with ).

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