direct code

direct code

[də¦rekt ′kōd]
(computer science)
A code in which instructions are written in the basic machine language.
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On opportunities for Mphasis' direct business, Ayyar said " If we accelerate the growth of direct code beyond 14 per cent and we stabilise and bring some growth back in to HP business, this will do tremendous wonders to Mphasis.
This universal remote has a digital automatic code searching function which makes it easy to program plus direct code input (to set codes manually).
NOR is particularly well suited for code storage because it enables direct code execution from non-volatile memory.
Direct code optimizations can then be derived from these.
5-to-1 can be achieved, thereby effectively halving the density of Flash needed to store the code compared to what would be needed for direct code execution.
The VStationPRO emulator is the Mentor Emulation Division's sixth-generation VStation product family and provides the high performance and capacity required for such applications as hardware/software co-verification, accelerated verification, direct code verification and in-circuit emulation (ICE).
8V operation, direct code execution (execute-in-place), enhanced factory programming and dual code and data storage in one chip.
Built-in volume punch-through eliminates user mode switching, and direct code entry that simplifies manufacturer codeset selection.
Shadow Connect, which is based on the Shadow Direct code base, is the connector/adapter solution designed specifically for customers and partners working with Web application servers and integration servers who need connectivity to mainframe data sources, using packaging and pricing consistent with non-mainframe environments.
A program editor provides a consistent and powerful window into source development through features such as direct code assist.
Visible today revealed a low-cost modeling product for single users who want powerful analysis and design capabilities but do not require direct code generation.