interpreted language

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interpreted language

A programming language that requires an interpreter in the target computer for program execution. Contrast with native executable. See interpreter and interpreted.
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The computer programs described were written in the Microsoft implementation of the BASIC interpreted programming language BASICA (or GW BASIC) under the MS-DOS operating system.
But, like most other programs written in interpreted programming languages, programs in classic Python version, are running with a relatively low speed.