programmer
also programer noun Date: circa 1889 one that programs: as a. a person who prepares and tests programs for devices (as computers) b. one that programs a mechanism c. one that prepares an instructional program d. a person who plans or prepares entertainment programs <
a television programmer
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New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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