\dˈɛmə͡ʊ], \dˈɛməʊ], \d_ˈɛ_m_əʊ]\
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By Princeton University
By DataStellar Co., Ltd
/de'moh/ 1. A demonstration of a product, often of an earlyversion or prototype. A demo is a far more effective way ofinducing bugs to manifest themselves than any number of testruns, especially when important people are watching.2. demo version.3. A program written to demonstrate the programmer's codingability and/or the power of the computer it runs on. Suchdemos are nearly always written in machine code andtraditionally feature scrolling text about the author, hisfriends, his code and anything else he fancies and animatedgraphics.
By Denis Howe