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(computer science)
The process of using a computer to convert automatically a symbolic code into a machine code. Also known as automatic code.


1. The assembly language accepted by AUTOCODER.

2. A generic term for symbolic assembly language. Versions of Autocode were developed for Ferranti Atlas, Titan, Mercury and Pegasus and IBM 702 and IBM 705.
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The range consists of four models, with both the NX2 and NX4 available in either continuous or intermittent configurations, and can print real-time, texts/codes, autocodes, graphic, Julian dates and the full range of barcodes, including sequential barcodes.