an executable

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  • Often this image is an executable, and can be run on other machines.
  • The most common reason for converting a source code is to create an executable program.
  • Any image file or an executable program can be regarded as simply a very large binary number.
  • The program has an executable form that the computer can use directly to execute the instructions.
  • The most common reason for wanting to transform source code is to create an executable program.
  • Construction languages include all forms of communication by which a human can specify an executable problem solution to a computer.
  • Linking may be done when an executable file is created, or whenever the program is used at run time.
  • One can reference an executable code library by using the /reference flag of the C# compiler.
  • Object files can in turn be linked to form an executable file or library file.
  • These were then deployed as an executable application or web service.
  • Words written in Forth are compiled into an executable form.
  • M&S is in particular interested in models that are used to support the implementation of an executable version on a computer.
  • FASM projects can be built from one source file directly into an executable file without a linking stage.
  • They are collected into rule sets which are then translated, often at run time, into an executable Rete.
  • Decompilation of an executable program can be used to generate source code, either in assembly code or in a high-level language.
  • In order to be used, object code must either be placed in an executable file, a library file, or an object file.
  • Game Editor, before exporting/building your game into an executable, can save your project, into a .ged file.
  • It is therefore the opposite of a compiler, which takes a source file and makes an executable.
  • An executable business process models an actual behavior of a participant in a business interaction.
  • GOTRAN was much simpler to use, as it directly produced an executable in memory.
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How an executable gets used