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Old 27 March 2016, 22:54   #14
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Originally Posted by B14ck W01f View Post
Off-topic here, but I thought you Brits spell program the French way (ie: with an "me" at the end) when you are talking TV shows. Or were you born outside the UK?
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It depends on the use!

For example, television programme and computer program.

Generally speaking, it is 'programme'. That includes cases like a concert guide or schedule. The computer-related variant is the exception to the rule.

Program could also be used as a verb. When writing code, you would 'program a computer'. In the past tense, you would have programmed a computer!
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