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autocoder

[′ȯd·ō‚kōd·ər]
(computer science)
A person or machine producing or using autocode as a part or the whole of a task.

AUTOCODER

(language)
Possibly the first primitive compiler. AUTOCODER was written by Alick E. Glennie in 1952. It translated symbolic statements into machine language for the Manchester Mark I computer.

Autocoding later came to be a generic term for assembly language programming.

autocoder

An IBM assembly language for 1960s-vintage 1400 and 7000 series computers. Autocoder was an example of the early assembly languages, which were much simpler and more straightforward than the assembly languages that followed.
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The codes are assigned to the ads by an autocoder (37) at the six-digit and the eight-digit [O.
According to the Conference Board, the autocoder is able to assign occupation codes to 96 percent to 99 percent of all unduplicated ads.
The HWOL program uses Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) autocoder software which codes over 99 percent of all ads to the 6-digit SOC and 8-digit O'Net level.
From day one, the carnage was frequent and heavy in the class, because the programming language was Autocoder, a macroassembler for the IBM 1401.
For those old enough to remember them, the first computer I worked on was an IBM 1440, using Autocoder," he said.
The first hurtle to overcome is the arcane languages they were written in, like Autocoder, Cobol, Fortran, and Assembler.
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The revised HWOL series, available with the January 2011 data, includes the following: improvements to the unduplication methodology, implementation of the latest version of the occupational autocoder, elimination of invalid job ads, adjustments to the HWOL job board coverage and new seasonal adjustment factors.
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