compiled language

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com·piled language

 (kəm-pīld′)
n.
A programming language whose programs are typically translated into machine language by a compiler before being executed.
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Compiled languages are generally faster, as the translation happens before the program is actually executed.
One observer has stated that today's Internet is "a vast, unruly collection of HTML, JavaScript and Java on the client side, and a grab-bag of scripted and compiled languages on the server side.
Several vendors of compiled languages offer integrated programming environmentals which ease the debugging process.
Scripting languages on OpenAccess enable more agile software development than compiled languages such as C and C++.
Easily extendable by users to cover new toolchains and languages, it is primarily aimed at projects of all sizes organized into subsystems and libraries, and is particularly well-suited for compiled languages.
This, coupled with the Jeode platform's unique Java acceleration technology, means that Java programmers can create applications for the SL-5500 that both perform and appear as compelling as those written in traditional compiled languages.
This is possible because the UDI links these systems without using compiled languages like C++, Java, or Visual Basic.
This architecture opens the door for compiled languages, such as COBOL, to be used directly in Web pages where previously only interpreted languages were usable.
The UDI was designed to overcome one of the biggest hurdles facing organizations today; seamlessly linking internal systems infrastructure and connecting it to the B2B environment without using compiled languages like C++, Java, or Visual Basic.