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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The employee was allegedly found to have made "direct code changes" to Tesla's manufacturing system and sent "large amounts of highly sensitive" data to third parties.
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This universal remote has a digital automatic code searching function which makes it easy to program plus direct code input (to set codes manually).
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NOR is particularly well suited for code storage because it enables direct code execution from non-volatile memory.
With today's algorithms, compression rates as high as 2.5-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.
Do you have the ability to earn direct codes? If you do, are all commissions paid directly to the producing agent by the writing company?
To simplify the coding, instead of the LINCS CODE the DIRECT CODES or macros of structural units (as a rule structural formulae) have been used.
With the application of the PERFO program the initial file obtains numbered records and formally checked LINCS codes (a correct application of labels and direct codes, regular placing of delimiters, etc.).
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