[mahy-kruh-proh-gram, -gruh m]
- Computers. a set of microinstructions that defines the individual operations that a computer carries out in response to a machine-language instruction.
Origin of microprogram
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- computing a sequence of microinstructions that controls the operation of an arithmetic and logic unit so that machine code instructions are executed
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