Character 8
Hyphenation com pil er
Pronunciations /kəmˈpaɪlə/

Definitions and meanings of "Compiler"

What do we mean by compiler?

One that compiles. noun

A program that translates another program written in a high-level language into machine language so that it can be executed. noun

One who compiles; one who makes a compilation. noun

One who compiles; esp., one who makes books by compilation. noun

A computer program that decodes instructions written in a higher-level computer language to produce an assembly-language program or an executable program in machine language. noun

One who compiles. noun

A computer program which transforms source code into object code. noun

(computer science) a program that decodes instructions written in a higher order language and produces an assembly language program noun

A person who compiles information (as for reference purposes) noun

One who compiles.

A computer program which transforms source code into object code.

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The word "compiler" in example sentences

This would be the major focal point of practical and research work, based on reading in compiler creation and on the language designed. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Saving energy and boosting performance with an easy-to-implement software compiler is a problem worth solving, especially as we rely more and more on specialized chips, be they in our antilock brakes or our iPhones. ❋ Unknown (2009)

"Fran Allen's work has led to remarkable advances in compiler design and machine architecture that are at the foundation of modern high-performance computing," said Ruzena Bajcsy, Chair of ACM's Turing Award Committee, and professor of Electrical and Engineering and Computer Science at the University of California, Berkeley. ❋ Peggy (2007)

She is considered to be the pioneer in compiler optimization, and during her talk she described the projects she had worked on in IBM. ❋ Unknown (2007)

NET compiler is now working, and as a nearly-free bonus for using the. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Although the work in the compiler is not finished, Wiz also takes time to create some new spells to help common folk to deal with magical threats. ❋ Unknown (2003)

As for the expression compiler, there is a demo program "ScriptDemo" for you to play with the ❋ Unknown (2010)

One of the job of the compiler is code optimization, in particular using less memory storage and executing commands quickly. ❋ Unknown (2009)

So you have a high-level english-like program, and you have this complex process called a compiler that takes that high-level program and maps it to another equivalent form in machine language. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Eg. having a menu option in the editor which would call the compiler directly rather than having to run it from a batch file in an external shell window. ❋ Unknown (2007)

Java source code that is clear and organized can be easily optimized by the GWT compiler, which is a nice antidote to the frequent hack-and-slash approach that's all too common in JavaScript development. ❋ Unknown (2007)

NET are exactly like legal contracts where the compiler is the all-powerful judge. ❋ Neal Ford (2007)

As for the expression compiler, there is a demo program "ScriptDemo" for you to play with the default: none) - help The number of parameter names, types and values must be identical. ❋ Arno Unkrig (2010)

Among the early recollections of the compiler is his visiting an old, unoccupied gambrel-roofed house -- the early home of his great-grandfather, Robert Chapman -- having narrow outside doors. ❋ Unknown (1897)

And the number of Methodist poets is almost nil, in spite of the fact that the compiler is a Methodist and the volume is issued from the official ❋ James Mudge (1881)

_ -- Mr. Edwin Williams, favorably known as the compiler of several statistical works of acknowledged merit, has just submitted to the public an Americanized edition of Pinnock's ❋ Unknown (1818)

The catalogue of the Greek MSS. in the library of the Duke of Bavaria, at Munich, was published about the same period; namely, in 1602: the compiler was a skilful man, but he tells us, at the head of the catalogue, that the MSS. were open to the inspection of every one who had any work in hand, provided he were a _Roman Catholic_! ❋ Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1811)

The compiler is the interpreter extended with the capability of generating executable files. ❋ Softpedia Webscripts (2010)

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