opcode

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opcode

(ˈɒpˌkəʊd)
n
(Computer Science) a computer code containing operating instructions
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After teaching himself the Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, or BASIC, programming language in the early '80s, he continued to be fascinated by computers and technology.
Beginners All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code, 3.
Wisconsin's revision of the public instruction code for teacher education is using the meaning of the standards to allow both regular and alternative teacher-education programs to design their own approaches in contrast to the "locked-in" course requirements of the past.
In addition, tests were developed for other languages such as Beginner's All-Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code (BASIC) (8), Ada, and Structured Query Language (SQL) (9).
He explained that BASIC does not mean fundamental information, but stands for Beginners All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code.
This gives room for 255 more double-byte instructions for each free single-byte instruction code used this way.
These techniques yield improved efficiency and serve to make the pipeline appear to instruction code as nearly identical to TriCore 1.
The MIPS64 20Kc core is a high-performance, superscalar 64-bit integer core with integrated 64-bit floating-point co-processor, MIPS-3D ASE instruction code support, and fast MAC instructions.
The 32-bit MCU instruction code is compatible with Toshiba's 16-bit TLCS-900 family which in turn will accept the TLCS-90 8-bit code (the TLCS-90 is a super set of the Z80 code).