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n a computer program that translates a high-level language program into a corresponding machine instruction. The program that results from compiling is a translated and expanded version of the original program.
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Budd Rutter, founder at Cloud Compiling, commented, "With our Compiling as a Service solution, we maintain current language compilers for z/OS COBOL, PL/1, Fortran and C/C++, allowing our customers to immediately reduce costly investments in mainframe software licenses, and offset the challenges of a shrinking mainframe-educated work force.
Linden has directed international product development teams at Cisco Systems delivering RFID, Financial Transaction Monitoring and B2B network-embedded products to the market and at IBM delivering products for large distributed system management, programming language compilers and operating systems.
Appendix B: Free Language Compilers and Interpreters.

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