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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However, this cannot happen by definition in the case of properly interpreted languages. In particular, such languages do not require a special principle of uniformity (Dutilh Novaes) blocking ambiguities and other defects of expressions, because they are automatically excluded by technology of the semantic interpretation.
the influence of a juror who is proficient in the interpreted language
We use dynamic interpreted language Python instead of static compiled language such as C++, Java.
However, agents are often written in a relatively slow interpreted language for portability and security reasons.
Rebol is an interpreted language, and, like TCL, Perl and Python, can be used for scripting, although Sassenrath claims it is much easier to use.

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