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Machine Code - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
Machine code is the name for the Instructions that a CPU can execute. It's rather difficult to read as it is just numbers in memory. There are programs that can ...
Source Code Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
Definition of Source Code. ... Programmers use a compiler to turn source code into machine code that the computer can execute. Some programming languages ...
What's the Difference Between Compilers & Interpreters? - C/C++/C
Languages like Assembly Language, C, C++, Fortran, Pascal were almost always compiled into machine code. Languages like Basic,VbScript and JavaScript ...
Meaning of Interpreted or Compiled in JavaScript
Computers cannot actually run the code that you write in JavaScript (or any other language for that matter). Computers can only run machine code. The machine ...
What Is a Compiler? What Happens When I Compile Code?:
Learn what a compiler does, how it analyzes the source code of the program then generates machine code.
The History of Software Programming - Inventors - About.com
The first generation of codes used to program a computer, was called machine language or machine code, it is the only language a computer really understands  ...
Programming Languages - Strengths and Weaknesses - C/C++/C
Machine Code is the lowest level with Assembly Language just above it. C++ is higher than C because C++ offers greater abstraction. Java and C# are higher ...
Source code - Delphi - About.com
The compiler translates the source code into a form called object code. Sometimes the object code is the same as machine code; sometimes it needs to be ...
Virtual Machine - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
A Virtual Machine is a like a computer running within a computer. Although slightly slower than running pure Machine Code, this offers greater portability as well ...
Bytecode - Definition - C/C++/C - About.com
Bytecode is the compiled code that compilers for Java and C# produce. It isn't true machine code but a simpler code made up of instructions that are one byte ...
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