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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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Project leader David Allton said: "Participants from both age groups have left any preconceptions about the other group at the door, and as a result are forming good relationships which are challenging stereotypes and crossing the generation gap.
People of different faiths were bound together by the need to help the young become considerate citizens and all religious communities encouraged the bridging of the generation gap, she said.
The generation gap between political elites and the majority of the population who are much younger was another factor.
As he talked I could feel the generation gap, that wall from him, breaking.
It's time to take a clear-eyed look at younger staff and your expectations of them and make an effort to close the generation gap.
In bridging the generation gap, it is essential that we have these technological devices at our fingertips as we are not preparing students for our past, but for their future.
Me, talking about my Jamaican mother, and her, talking about her Croatian mother, have the same issues dealing with the generation gap.
Across one stylish and occasionally sleazy night the generation gap is wittily observed in the company of various attractive female candidates played by Isabella Rossellini, Elizabeth Berkley and Jennifer Beals.
The generation gap (or in this case ``generations'' gap), doesn't seem so wide after all.
I was also reminded of the rewards that await children when they take the initiative, reach across the generation gap, and invite parents into their lives.
Consequently, the generation gap between the retirees and the other students is not as apparent as it might be in other areas of study.