interpreter program

  • 1interpreter — in‧ter‧pret‧er [ɪnˈtɜːprtə ǁ ˈtɜːrprtər] noun [countable] 1. someone who translates what someone says from one language into another, especially as their job: • Speaking through an interpreter, the Foreign Minister explained how impressed he… …

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  • 2interpreter — [in tʉr′prə tər] n. [ME interpretour < Anglo Fr < OFr interpreteur < LL(Ec) interpretator] 1. a person who interprets; specif., a person whose work is translating a foreign language orally, as in a conversation between people speaking… …

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  • 3interpreter — intèrpreter m DEFINICIJA inform. program koji prevodi instrukcije iz višeg programskog jezika u strojni jezik i izvršava ih, instrukciju po instrukciju, opr. kompajler ETIMOLOGIJA engl. interpreter ← lat. interpretari …

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  • 4Interpreter (computing) — In computer science, an interpreter normally means a computer program that executes, i.e. performs, instructions written in a programming language. An interpreter may be a program that either executes the source code directly translates source… …

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  • 5interpreter —    A programming language translator that converts high level program source code into machine language statements one line at a time.    Unlike a compiler, which must translate the whole program before execution can begin, an interpreter… …

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  • 6program — I noun 1. a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished (Freq. 106) they drew up a six step plan they discussed plans for a new bond issue • Syn: ↑plan, ↑programme • Derivationally related for …

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  • 7interpreter */ — UK [ɪnˈtɜː(r)prɪtə(r)] / US [ɪnˈtɜrprətər] noun [countable] Word forms interpreter : singular interpreter plural interpreters 1) a) someone whose job is to translate what a speaker is saying in one language into another language so that someone… …

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  • 8interpreter — in|ter|pret|er [ınˈtə:prıtə US ˈtə:rprıtər] n 1.) someone who changes spoken words from one language into another, especially as their job →↑translator ▪ Speaking through an interpreter (=using an interpreter) , Ahmed said, I m very worried about …

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  • 9interpreter — in|ter|pret|er [ ın tɜrprətər ] noun count * 1. ) someone whose job is to translate what a speaker is saying in one language into another language so that someone else can understand it a ) COMPUTING a computer program that changes instructions… …

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  • 10interpreter — noun 1》 a person who interprets foreign speech orally. 2》 Computing a program that can analyse and execute a program line by line …

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  • 11interpreter — noun Date: 14th century 1. one that interprets: as a. one who translates orally for parties conversing in different languages b. one who explains or expounds 2. a. a machine that prints on punch cards the symbols recorded in them by perforations… …

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  • 12interpreter — /in terr pri teuhr/, n. 1. a person who interprets. 2. a person who provides an oral translation between speakers who speak different languages. 3. Computers. a. hardware or software that transforms one statement at a time of a program written in …

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  • 13interpreter — noun (C) 1 someone who changes spoken words from one language into another, especially as their job see also: translator 2 a computer program 1 (1) that changes an instruction into a form that can be understood directly by the computer …

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  • 14interpreter — in•ter•pret•er [[t]ɪnˈtɜr prɪ tər[/t]] n. 1) cvb a person who interprets, esp. a person who translates orally for speakers of different languages 2) cmp computer hardware or software that transforms a program instruction written in a high level… …

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  • 15interpreter — /ɪnˈtɜprətə/ (say in terpruhtuh) noun 1. someone who interprets. 2. Computers a program that translates and executes one line of code at a time …

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  • 16Computer program — A computer program (also software, or just a program) is a sequence of instructions written to perform a specified task with a computer.[1] A computer requires programs to function, typically executing the program s instructions in a central… …

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  • 17Self-interpreter — A self interpreter, or metainterpreter, is a programming language interpreter written in the language it interprets. An example would be a BASIC interpreter written in BASIC. Conceptually, self interpreters are closely related to self hosting… …

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  • 18One-liner program — A one liner is textual input to the command line of an operating system shell that performs some function in just one line of input. The one liner can be An expression written in the language of the shell. The invocation of an interpreter… …

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  • 19Command-line interpreter — A command line interpreter (also command line shell, command language interpreter) is a computer program that reads lines of text entered by a user and interprets them in the context of a given operating system or programming language. Command… …

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  • 20Sierra's Creative Interpreter — (SCI) is the scripting language created by Jeff Stephenson of Sierra On Line for its adventure games after the older AGI, and the runtime environment for such adventure games.Although ports for the Amiga, Atari ST and Macintosh platforms exist,… …

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