A computer program that translates a computer program written in one computer language (called the source language) into an equivalent program written in another computer language (called the target language).
A compiler is a software program that takes code from a programming language like C or C++ and converts it into machine-readable, executable code to be run on a Web client, Web server, or any other computer for that matter. Both compilers and interpreters are used to execute programs on Web clients and servers.
A special computer program which converts a higher level language (such as FORTRAN) to a coded set of machine dependent instructions ( fetch the contents of REGISTER 1). All TABS programs are written for the FORTRAN-77 compiler.
A specific software program that programmers use to translate their high level programming languages like C or Visual Basic into code that the computer can run. This output code is know as low level code, object code, machine code, executable code, and binary code. Compilers usually optimize code and check for errors.
program that takes code readable by humans and translates it into assembly language readable by the computer. When writing in many programming languages such as C, we require a compiler like GCC to tell the computer what to do.
A program that translates source code into object code. The compiler derives its name from the way it works, looking at the entire piece of source code and collecting and reorganizing the instructions. Thus, a compiler differs from an interpreter, which analyzes and executes each line of source code in succession, without looking at the entire program. The advantage of interpreters is that they can execute a program immediately. Compilers require some time before an executable program emerges. However, programs produced by compilers run much faster than the same programs executed by an interpreter.
A program that translates applications written in a higher level programming language that humans can work with into low level assembly language that computers can directly execute. We used both the ANSI-C compiler that ships with Zebraâ and the GNU C compiler that ships with RedHatâ Linux.
A program that reads the statements written in a human-readable programming language and translates the computer-aided software engineering and complete program into a machine-readable executable program.
a language translator that converts a complete program, (source code), into a machine language, (object code), to produce a program,(.exe, executable file), that the computer can process in its entirety. To the top
1. n. A program that translates a source program into an executable program (an object program). 2. n. A program that decodes instructions written as pseudo codes and produces a machine language program to be executed at a later time.
A compiler translates a computer program from one language into another, catching any errors in syntax along the way. Most commonly, you translate some high level language, such as C++ or COBOL, into optimized machine language. This form of compilation puts your programs into a form that your computer can understand without any translation, thus speeding them up.
a computer program that accepts as input a 'source program' (statements in a human readable programming language such as FORTRAN or Pascal) and generates as output an 'object program' (machine executable instructions in a binary-coded language)
a computer program that translates acomputer program written in one computer language (called the source language ) into an equivalent program written in another computer language (called the output or the targetlanguage )
a computer program thattranslates a computer program written in one computer language (called the source language ) into a program written in another computer language (called the output or the targetlanguage )
a computer program that translates a series of statements written in one computer language (called the source code ) into a resulting output in another computer language (often called the object or target language)
an application component of a programming language that processes source statements in source code written in the programming language by a programmer, and generates a machine code output that is executed by a computer processor
a translator whose source language is a high-level language and whose object language is close to the machine language of an actual computer, either being an assembly language or some variety of machine language (relocatable or absolute)
A program that converts another program from some source language (or programming language) to machine language (object code). Some compilers output assembly language which is then converted to machine language by a separate assembler.
A tool for translating a high level description of a computer program into a lower-level description. The high level description is typically a piece of source code written in a language such as C or Pascal. The lower level description is almost always instructions the computer can understand directly: machine language.
a program that can verify and then translate another program written in a computing language. Before doing the translation, the compiler checks that the program to be translated conforms to the syntax and rules of the language.
A program which translates source code written in a high level language (C, Pascal, BASIC, etc.) into an executable load module suitable for execution on a particular machine (IBM, Sun, Hewlett-Packard).
A program which reads a source program created by a programmer, and then converts the program into a set of instructions known as the object program, also known as machine code. The object program is in a form that a computer can underst and and execute directly.
A program to translate source code into code to be executed by a computer. The Java compiler translates source code written in the Java programming language into bytecode for the Java virtual machine. See also interpreter.
A program that takes instructions written in a human-readable programming language and translates them into a form that can be directly executed by a computer.
Computers: A program that translates a higher computer programming language into machine language. In addition to its translation function, which generally is the same process used by an assembler, a compiler is able to replace certain items of input with a series of calls to prewritten subprocedures. Compiling is characterized by a one-to-many relationship between source statements written by a programmer and resulting machine language instructions produced for execution by a computer Central Processing Unit (CPU).
A computer program whose output is another program-one which can then be directly executed by the circuits of the machine. Compilers allow one to write programs using a richer and more familiar notation than long strings of binary digits.
programming: A program for creating programs, which takes a series of commands (written in a computer language like C or Pascal) and converts it into the binary numbers (called object code) that a processor can understand. Why is a translation necessary? Well, if you had to write 1101 0011 0001 0011 1110 every time you wanted to add two numbers together, you'd be pretty unhappy. A compiler lets you write "add 1 to 2"; then it does the hard part.
A compiler reads your program code and converts it into another form-typically, a language that your CPU can directly understand. The secondary form is sometimes written to disk in the form of an executable file; however, this is not always the case. In fact, Perl does not currently create executable files-although some people are researching this topic. See also Interpreter.
A program that turns a source file into a computer program by interpreting the whole file beforehand and creating a compiled file that can be run. This program is more efficient than an interpreter but is slower to debug.
(Compilateur) : Computer program in charge of converting a source program (composed of sentences according to the computer language syntax) in an executable program (composed of machine-readable instructions).
A program that will convert ordinary ASCII text files into binary data files useable by a computer program. Think of a compiler as a translator between English and computer languages. Examples of compilers of note to the DataCAD hacker are DCC.EXE (the DCAL compiler) and SHP2CHR.EXE (the font compiler).
A computer program that translates a high-level programming language into machine language. The program fed into the compiler is called the source program; the generated machine language program is called the object program.
A software-development tool that translates high-level language programs into the machine-language instructions that a particular processor can understand and execute. However, the object code that results is not yet ready to be run; at least a linker or link-step must follow. A simplified example, showing the results of compiling the contents of two source modules into corresponding object files.
A compiler is a computer program (or set of programs) that translates text written in a computer language (the source language) into another computer language (the target language). The original sequence is usually called the source code and the output called object code. Commonly the output has a form suitable for processing by other programs (e.g., a linker), but it may be a human readable text file.
Compiler is an 2 part anime Original Video Animation The story revolves around two female computer programs sent to our world from the two-dimensional computer world in order to conquer our 3-D Universe. But, once liberated from their flat and dreary 2-D existence, Compiler and Assembler quickly discovered that "interfacing" with two 3-D guys is a lot more fun than world conquest. Now, in between interfacing with their boyfriends, Assembler and Compiler must protect the Earth from being deleted by their former masters and an army of killer programs.
Person creating or authorizing taxon records for a TaxonSearch compilation; an original compiler is the first person to create a compilation; a secondary compiler is a person who gains access to a compilation, and modifies, a compilation originally created by someone else
a complicated piece of software, there will still be strong central maintainers who will reject patches, who will demand documentation of implementations, and who will keep the level of quality as high as it is today