The text file that includes the content, HTML Tags, and Script for a Web Page. See: Browser / Source
A program or portion of a program library, such as an object file, or image file.
A text file containing Common Lisp expressions.
An HP-UX file containing C++ program code.
a file that contains code
a file to which the buffer has been written
a text file that contains FORTRAN programming language statements
ASCII text file usually created with an editor that is an input file to a system program, such as a language translator or text formatter.
The text file that contains the HTML tags for a Web page. A browser reads the source for a Web page from this file and then, using the HTML tags, displays the Web page.
One of the code files generated by Sun WorkShop Visual. When contrasted to the "resource file," this term refers to the primary module.
Also known as the Source Document. The original file used with LpStudio/Pro and also with Sigtuna DAR 3 when creating a "Synchronized project" (full text and audio, type 4 DAISY DTB(. This file is used by the production software to generate the ncc and smil files, and in LpStudio/Pro, the Content Document is also produced.
You prepare a source file with a text editor of some kind. It is text which you want to pass through an assembler or a compiler to produce an object file for linking
Term used for the file created when saving a document, i.e., "document.pm5" is a source PageMaker 5.0 file.
A file containing the Mason source code for a component. A single source file may contain several component definitions if it contains subcomponents or methods. See also object file.
Any file used as input into one of the four stages of DECdocument processing. To avoid confusion, the term "source file" is not used in the DECdocument documentation; instead, each type of DECdocument source file is given a specific name: SDML file, text formatter input file, device converter input file or printable file.
The uncompressed input file to a video compression program.
A text file containing symbols that define the program.
Any file stored in the Version Control Systems* archive. Originally, SCCS could only handle text files (or program source files) and not binary files (or the compiled executables). Since all files stored in SCCS were originally source files, the term has been expanded to any file stored in the Version Control Systems
All files containing programming statements required for a product. These include header files, install scripts, make files, icons, bitmaps, resource files, and batch files.
A file that contains source statements for such items as high-level language programs and data description specifications. IBM. Contrast with object file.
for NCSA Mosaic, the file that contains the HTML codes that Mosaic interprets for display in the Document View window
The text file created by a programmer that will be turned into a computer program by an interpreter or a compiler. Also called source code.
n. 1. Any file containing C source. 2. More specifically, a file with a name ending in .c, containing function bodies and global variable definitions (and perhaps declarations and definitions of other kinds). Compare header file, translation unit. See questions 1.7 and 10.6.
A file that can be edited and processed by the application, which was originally used to create this file. The term has two major meanings: 1) In programmers' jargon it refers to files that undergo subsequent compilation. 2) In translators' jargon it refers to files in the source language.
a file containing the original language code for a program.