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machine language

A set of instructions written in symbols and graphic representations in a logical language understood by computers; it is flexible but error-prone, requiring advanced skill to write computer progams in it.
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Machine language coding is the lowest level we can code in (and even that is an abstraction).
The redeeming feature of the generator is the closeness of its modulus to a power of 2, providing nice, but tricky, machine language implementations.
We take that previously unused machine language and turn it into usable information that simplifies compliance, security, governance and IT operational information.
With the excuse of budget constraints, all ballasts were dropped, and a clear, coherent research project emerged: to build parallel computers, whose machine language was based on Horn-clause predicate logic and to interface them to database machines, whose data-description and query language was based on Horn-clause logic.
This eliminates the power-sapping and time-consuming step of translating Java programs into a second machine language, as required by ARM, Intel and all other processors.
My experience had consisted of writing one Monte Carlo simulation where the machine language was HEX.
It is the simple fact that if one (horror of horrors) considers the machine language in which any program, however created, must be finally expressed, it is generally not possible to write GOTOless software at all.
The Foundation Library includes many categories of modules, data types and functions: module connectivity and interconnects (wiring, busses and protocols); storage (FIFOs and registers); math (fixed point and complex); aggregation (vectors and lists); finite state machine language for sequential, parallel, condition and loop structures; multi-clock domain (clock synchronizers); and utility blocks (e.
Spinnaker's rail planning module, one of the most well-rounded and robust rail planning modules available in the market, provides terminals with full support of Universal Machine Language Equipment Registry, graphical railcar and track management, support of Automatic Equipment Identification readers, and "auto stow" functionality enabling planners to load the train with a click of a mouse.
We were aware of the need for a contextual-based Internet search program that would enable our machine language technology to be more effective so it was a given that we would go to Convera to integrate our technology with theirs.
Software developers use compilers to translate a programming language, such as C++, into the machine language understood by the processor.

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