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compile

[kəm′pīl]
(computer science)
To prepare a machine-language program automatically from a program written in a higher programming language, usually generating more than one machine instruction for each symbolic statement.

compile

To translate a program written in a high-level programming language into machine language. See compiler.
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26 - the valley's water retailers - to compile the plan, which will be created using existing data.
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a leading provider of electronic system-level (ESL) and hardware description language (HDL) design solutions, announced today that Vista(TM) IDE for SystemC can now easily create and compile executables of SystemC designs based on the OSCI simulation kernel.
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1 compiles and relays this data to external tools which enable ISPs to translate recorded data to meet their government requirements regardless of which country the end users reside in -- a feature of particular significance to those ISPs with customers in many countries.
The patented Hammer custom-processor architecture compiles Verilog, VHDL or mixed-language designs at 20 to 50 million RTL gate equivalents per hour on a single workstation -- the fastest compilation time in the industry.
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Building on this emulation object linking technology, the RCC Model Compiler compiles design blocks into pre-compiled models to Axis' patented ReConfigurable Computing (RCC) technology through its Xtreme(R) family of emulator products.