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generate

[′jen·ə‚rāt]
(computer science)
To create a particular program by selecting parts of a general-program skeleton (or outline) and specializing these parts into a cohesive entity.
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generate

To produce something according to an algorithm or program or set of rules, or as a (possibly unintended) side effect of the execution of an algorithm or program.

The opposite of parse.
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While the DWP refused to say which customers would be affected by the higher rate, Los Angeles County officials say they have been notified they'll have to pay more for the 30 megawatts it generates for several county buildings downtown and at Olive View Medical Center in Sylmar.
These too can generate all the letters contained in them, and the most economical generating set I have been able to obtain (the atomic numbers are to be kept as low as possible) is <B,Fe,Br,Y,Rh, In,Sn,Ba,Er,Tb,Yb,Ra,Th> which generates <A,B,D,E,H,I,M,N,O,R,T,U,Y> as follows:
It was intended, he says, mainly as a whimsical proof that it's possible to generate high-quality random numbers from a physical source.
Example: On-The-Edge Company has taxable temporary differences related to property and equipment that are expected to generate annual taxable income of approximately $25,000 in years one through four.
The system also generates resident care and diet spreadsheets, selective menus and snack and nourishment spreadsheets.
Producers generate some 45 million metric tons of hydrogen globally each year from fossil fuel.
Because eliminating the earnings test will generate additional earnings for these groups, it will generate more spending as well.
It's considerably more difficult, given that product, to work out what numbers were multiplied together to generate it.
In the July Nature Biotechnology, they provide the first demonstration that a simple two-enzyme system can generate hydrogen gas from glucose.
New Product Enables Website Owners to Generate Pay-Per-Click Revenue
Lacking bones, they slip through water with a rapid, undulating motion created by flexing their muscles to generate waves that travel from head to tail down their eel-like bodies.
At the same time, because no deterministic, computer-based process can generate a string of truly random numbers, they must watch for subtle deviations from randomness among the generated digits.