programmatic

[proh-gruh-mat-ik]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, consisting of, or resembling program music.
2.
of, having, advocating, resembling, or following a plan, policy, or program: programmatic art.

Origin:
1895–1900; < Greek programmat- (stem of prógramma) program + -ic

programmatically, adverb
nonprogrammatic, adjective
unprogrammatic, adjective
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