An executable file refers to a program file. Executables in DOS and Windows usually have an .exe or a .com extension. In UNIX and Macintosh environments, executable files can have any name.
A program file created from one or more source code files translated into machine code and linked together. The MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT operating systems use the .EXE filename extension to indicate that the file is a runnable program.
An executable file is a program. On Windows PCs, it typically has a .exe suffix.
A file that can be processed or executed by the computer without any further translation. When a user types in the filename, the commands in the file are executed.
Refers to a file that is a program. Executables in DOS and Windows usually have an .exe or a .com extension. In UNIX and Macintosh environments, executable files can have any name.
binary file containing a program which is ready to be executed or run by a computer.
A computer program that is ready to run. Application programs and batch files are examples of executable files. Executable file names usually end with a .BAT, .COM or .EXE extension.
A file, usually with the extension . COM or . EXE, which can be loaded into memory and run as a program.
A file in Portable Executable (PE) format (the PE/COFF specification is available on MSDN, but the information needed to implement a CLI is also in the ECMA specification) that can be loaded into memory and executed by the operating system loader. This includes both .exe and .dll files.
A file that can be executed, or run, as opposed to data files, which are simple collections of data that can be used by executable files. Executable files can be identified by the extension .EXE.
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a file that can be run outside of the Visual Studio
a file that the computer's operating system considers a program or application
a file with its mode is set to executable, making it a file that performs a process rather than simply holding data
a program in binary code that is ready to be run by the computer without any further human intervention
a program or code that runs on a user's computer
a program that can be executed
File created to be run by an end-user
A file created by the link process, which can be invoked from the command line or dynamically called from another program.
(n.) A file that can be processed or executed by the computer without any further translation. When you type the file name, the commands in the file are executed.
A file that has permissions set to allow execution by simply typing its name.
A file that contains programs or commands that perform operations on actions to be taken.
File that runs a software program. The client executable file is Connex.exe.
A compiled and linked program which is usually generated by a compiler. Often, an executable file is named "a.out".
A program file that can run the program. Executable files end in BAT, COM, or EXE.
A file of commands (usually in machine language) that can be run on a computer.
A file in a format that the computer can directly execute. Unlike source files, executable files cannot be read by humans.
A file that has .exe as its extension and when clicked upon starts executing a task. Also: a Program
A file in portable executable (PE) file format that can be loaded into memory and executed by the operating system loader. It can be either an .exe or a .dll file. In the .NET context, a PE file must be translated by the common language runtime into native code before it can be executed by the operating system. See also: portable executable (PE) file.