tight code

tight code

Software that is written very efficiently. An experienced programmer can create much tighter code than a novice, and the difference can be like night and day. Contrast with spaghetti code.
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The European engineering community is primed for software that can generate tight code to turn those concepts into reality.
The Alliance was created to better serve multi-national corporations with their interior design requirements through improved consistency of service, a tight code of professional ethics and the ability to successfully navigate cultural differences and local requirements.
The new authority will make it a legal requirement for any clamper to be licensed and operate under a tight code of conduct.
Thorpe does not question the disciplinary action and could not have avoided it given England's tight code of conduct and emphasis on team building.
Pete Wilson, strengthening a tight code of conduct for board members and politically insulating the agency's inspector general.
Our automotive customers especially appreciate industry-leading capabilities, such as Nexus debug support with full trace and highly optimizing compilers that produce fast, tight code, maximizing the value of our MPC55xx and MAC7xxx families of automotive processors.
ARM cores are noted for their excellent combination of high performance, small die size, low power consumption, tight code density, and multiple supply sources.
The cores are noted for performance, small die size, low power consumption, tight code density, and multiple supply sources.
ARM processors cores are noted for performance, small die size, low power consumption, tight code density and multiple supply sources.
ARM cores, including the ARM7TDMI processor core, are noted for their performance, small die size, power-efficiency and tight code density.