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com·pli·er

 (kəm-plī′ər)
n.
One that complies: a ready complier with all rules and regulations.

com•pli•er

(kəmˈplaɪ ər)

n.
one that complies.
[1605–15]
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See Keele et al (8) for an example of describing the complier population in a clinical investigation.
- supporting 3rd party devices with MIB complier and MIB browser;
zapping: Considered to be the lowest form of software programming known to mankind, it involves altering the assembly code in hex format after it has been output from a complier or assembler.
This week, it was found out that a Google employee has apparently created a pull request on Swift's GitHub repository that adds Fuchsia OS support to the complier. This means Google is actually working on Fuchsia OS support for Apple's programming language, as per (http://www.androidpolice.com/2017/11/20/google-working-fuchsia-os-support-apples-swift-programming-language/) Android Police.
The devices are supported by Microchip's suite of programming and development tools including MPLAB(R) X Integrated Development Environment (IDE) and the MPLAB XC8 complier.
CPU is Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 2.93 GHz; the memory bank is 1.93 GB; the Mac OS is Microsoft Windows XP Professional; the operating system is Fortran 90 Complier.
(2) [[tau].sub.FRD] = = E [[y.sub.i] (1) - [y.sub.i] (0)| individual i is a complier and [age.sub.i] = a]
For instance Benazir Bhutto Hospital, which is a lowest complier, was directed to rectify its radiation protection mechanism.
It uses the Recursive traversal algorithm, to intimate the shuffled binary address to complier and it avoids the confusion of the complier when executing the control transfer instructions.
The simulated code can be synthesized by using the Cadence RTL complier which helps to provide net-list for the ASIC design.
London Stock Exchange Group said adjusted operating profits lifted 27% to PS366.1 million year-on-year in the first half, buoyed by the PS1.6 billion takeover in June 2014 of Seattle-based index complier and asset manager Frank Russell, which it combined with its own FTSE index business.