executable module

executable module

[‚ek·sə′kyüd·ə·bəl ′mäj·yül]
(computer science)
A file holding a computer program written in machine language so that it is ready to run.
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Rather than bundling code and libraries into a single, executable module, this breaks functionality into many separate services.
He begins by describing the transformation of a source file to an executable module, the work of variables as "data containers," the dynamic allocation and de-allocation of memory, functions and function calls, one-dimensional arrays and strings, multi-dimensional arrays, classes and objects, linked data structures, leaks and their debugging, and programs in execution expressed as processes and threads.
The two forms of code execute side by side within a single executable module.
(The ORB is not a separate process--in virtually all current implementations, ORB functionality is provided through library routines that are linked into an executable module along with clients and object implementations.
"You must put everything into an executable module with the necessary object code," explained Gary Lelvis, the director of product assembly.
Open Competition: Provision of services to ensure the operation of application software "Automated planning of control and supervisory activities of the Federal Service for Financial and Budget Supervision in executable modules