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  • ...ge]]s spoken by people). A formal language specification, together with a compiler which creates machine code for a [[computer]], constitutes a [[programming ...ogrammed without the benefit of a compiler. The first implementation of a compiler, as well as the very idea for a compiled language, was invented by [[Dr. Gr
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  • ...er Collection is included in most GNU/Linux distributions as the default [[compiler]]. It is licensed as [[free software]]. It uses the GNU GPL (General Public
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Compiler]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|List of compiler optimizations}}
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  • Gnu 'C' Compiler (gcc): A Unix/Linux command that can be used to compile the human-readable
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  • {{r|Compiler}} {{r|Compiler code optimization||**}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[GNU Compiler Collection]]
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  • ...iler/runtime and used as a drop-in Java replacement to implement the JRuby compiler.
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  • #REDIRECT [[GNU Compiler Collection/Definition]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[GNU Compiler Collection/External Links]]
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  • High-level, [[compiler|compiled]], type-checked [[programming language]].
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  • An enabling [[optimization]] used in computer [[compiler]]s that organizes data to improve subsequent optimizations.
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  • In [[computer science]], particularly in the study of [[compiler|compilers]], an '''optimization''' is a transformation of computer programs * [[List of compiler optimizations]]
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  • ...er Collection is included in most GNU/Linux distributions as the default [[compiler]]. It is licensed as [[free software]]. It uses the GNU GPL (General Public
    539 bytes (80 words) - 12:49, 15 November 2013
  • {{r|Compiler}} {{r|List of compiler optimizations}}
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  • {{r|Compiler}} {{r|List of compiler optimizations}}
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  • {{r|Compiler}} {{r|List of compiler optimizations}}
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  • ...atural languages]] must use many more techniques and [[heuristics]] than a compiler, due to the inherent ambiguity of natural language. The endeavor of transl
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  • Human-readable code which a compiler turns into a compiled piece of software or an interpreter runs.
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  • A compiler optimization which removes instructions which can be shown not to affect th
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  • Gnu 'C' Compiler (gcc): A Unix/Linux command that can be used to compile the human-readable
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  • * [[List of compiler optimizations]] in [[computer science]]
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  • <code>-module(hello)</code> tells the [[compiler]] to create a new module(library) called hello. The code tells us the file <code> start() -> </code> tells the compiler that there is a [[function]] named start() with no arguments.
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  • ...ons]]. Register allocation occurs during the code generation phase of a [[compiler]]. Typically, a [[compiler]] will translate a source language written in an HLL to a target in [[assem
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  • * [http://www.opencobol.org OpenCOBOL: Open-source COBOL compiler]
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