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object module

[′äb·jekt ‚mäj·ül]
(computer science)
The computer language program prepared by an assembler or a compiler after acting on a programmer-written source program.

object module

(1) See object model.

(2) Executable machine code for a specific computer platform. See object code.
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executable or object modules to the appropriate source file.