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  • The idea has since been used by many more recent compilers.
  • Free student versions of the C compilers are also available with all features.
  • The idea of the compilers is that the more they give the student the more they help him. Cited from The Century Vocabulary Builder, by Greever & Bachelor
  • No production compilers are currently built in this way, but research continues.
  • With only ten tracks total, the compilers left off several other hit singles from the time period.
  • The standard compilers create one or more code banks and one or more data banks.
  • He accepted a commission to write a book on computer programming language compilers.
  • It has formed the basis for many university compiler design classes.
  • It now mostly serves as a research platform for compiler and computer architecture research groups.
  • Since then it has been used as the target for several other experimental compilers.
  • MAD was quite fast compared to some of the other compilers of its day.
  • The book also contains the entire code for making a compiler.
  • This way a just-in-time compiler can significantly speed up the overall execution time.
  • In fact, only the program name is required by the compiler.
  • However their lower efficiency has led to people avoiding them for most compiler work.
  • Modern tools, such as native-code compilers are used to produce machine level from a higher-level language.
  • Such a language and compiler could allow development of faster operating systems and applications.
  • Another curious vision was seen by a lady who is also a friend of both the compilers. Cited from True Irish Ghost Stories, by St John D Seymour
  • He is considered an expert in many areas related to compiler technology.
  • The language is still under development, with several compilers out.
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Words starting with compiler

Synonyms of compiler

Meaning of compiler

  • noun A person who compiles information (as for reference purposes)
  • noun (computer science) a program that decodes instructions written in a higher order language and produces an assembly language program