it is one of the pronunciation preferences of those who took an oath on the floor of the assembly saying 'i will protect the sovereignty of the nation unconditionally and unconditionally'.
is it even a thing? these eyes saw the professor (he was also the rector) who pronounced it as porogram.
sometimes this mistake has very bad consequences. when windows 95 was just released, i went to middle school, i used to program programs everywhere i saw on the computer, including program files, then windows would spit.
it has also been seen to be used in the form of a porogram. it is common for those aged 50 and over, who cannot answer, to write and say it in the form of a program-porogram. whoever says this usually says "computer", also.
it's a freaky and non-existent word that i wonder who first pronounced it that way. it's hard for me to say that. but everyone stubbornly puts that soft g there.
its pronunciation in the form of a pogram is also in use.
it was also used in the thunderbird advertisement on the firefox start page. "download the new thunderbird 3 email software! fast, flexible and secure!"
program in father language