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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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Dave Buggey was the in-form player in this contest compiling a 57 break in his match with Chris Grey.
The clash between two of the leagues likely promotion contenders, the Lodge and Redcar Lakes C, ended as a 3-3 stalemate - Keith Thompson was the in form player on the night when compiling a 34 break in his match with Mike Hogan.
We develop our solutions exclusively for System z, so bringing our expertise to the effort with IBM and IBM Destination z partners to continually offer elegant and cost-effective solutions through this exciting ecosystem is a priority for us," said Budd Rutter, Founder of Cloud Compiling.
Cloud Compiling offers customers three ways to access its leading edge compiling solutions.
Cloud Compiling SaaS will help customers who are struggling with IT budget constraints and a shortage of resources to support COBOL and other z/OS compilers.
Cloud Compiling's chief development officer Charles Mills, an expert in mainframe product development, will lead a technology session on cloud compiling for the mainframe.
IncrediBuild's distributed compiling technology increased our compilation productivity by a factor of ten for our PC-based games, and we are thrilled at the prospect of using IncrediBuild technology within the CodeWarrior environment to create games for the 'PlayStation(R)2' platform," said Clinton Keith, technical director for Darkwatch.
These last two steps are like compiling and debugging an embedded system, but one layer of abstraction higher.
Celoxica tools specialize in compiling C-based languages directly to FPGA hardware.
One major goal of Rapid Insight is to cut the time that companies spend compiling information, so that they have more time to analyze it.