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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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London is home to five of the 20 Premier League clubs and away fans travelling from the rest of the country to the capital generate nearly PS135m for London's economy.
If I stays between U and A instead, the sequence generates ION and ITS.
The six new systems are expected to generate 591,000kWh in total per year - equivalent to the annual power consumption of approximately 125 standard households.*
* The TOD redevelopment scenarios generate local tax revenues of between $10.1 million and $30 million, compared to the existing zoning scenario revenue projection of $9.4 million.
MATHEMATICAL LIKENESSES--A new type of computer simulation of snowflake growth generates patterns (at top on facing page and below on this page) that closely match the shapes of two-actual, photographed snowflakes (at bottom on facing page and right on this page).
All individuals who generate scrap from small construction projects will be required to take their materials to the transfer facility and to segregate recyclables from materials for disposal.
Under this exception, the sale of property that generates a receipt which is a substitute for future ordinary income is not a sale of a capital asset.
Except for the special exceptions, the aggregate deductions for interest expense are considered to relate to all income-producing activities and assets of the taxpayer, and thus allocable to all of the gross income that the assets of the taxpayer generate, have generated or may reasonably be expected to generate.
The majority of tires generated in Florida are used to generate energy, with nearly 5.2 million passenger tire equivalents (PTEs) being used within the state for industrial tire- derived fuel (TDF) applications in 2004 and another 3.3 million PTEs going out of state for TDF applications.
ERM invites one to take the same point of view toward the various activities of the firm as a whole by thinking about the firm's various lines of business and various functions, such as investment and underwriting, as different activities that generate returns and risks.
The power companies only pay that on the oil/coal and gas parts of their business that generate significant C[O.sub.2] emissions.
Once Band-in-a-Box generates an arrangement, the student can edit it and save it as his own creation, view the notation of the various parts onscreen and even edit and print his own sheet music, complete with lyrics and title.