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machine language

n.
A set of instructions for a specific central processing unit, designed to be usable by a computer without being translated. Also called machine code.
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machine′ lan`guage



n.
a usu. numerical coding system specific to the hardware of a given computer model, into which any high-level or assembly program must be translated before being run.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.machine language - a programming language designed for use on a specific class of computersmachine language - a programming language designed for use on a specific class of computers
programing language, programming language - (computer science) a language designed for programming computers
2.machine language - a set of instructions coded so that the computer can use it directly without further translationmachine language - a set of instructions coded so that the computer can use it directly without further translation
computer code, code - (computer science) the symbolic arrangement of data or instructions in a computer program or the set of such instructions
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Translations
машинен език
llenguatge de màquina
strojový kód
maskinkode
maŝinkodo
masinkood
konekieli
שפת מכונה
मशीनी भाषा
strojni jezik
gépi kódgépi nyelv
bahasa mesin
vélamál
codice macchinalinguaggio macchina
マシン語機械語
mašininis kodas
യന്ത്രതല ഭാഷ
machinetaal
maskinkode
język maszynowy
código de máquina
strojový kód
strojna koda
maskinkod
makine dili
машинний код
ngôn ngữ máy

machine language

n (Comput) → linguaggio m macchina inv
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An ABI also ensures runtime compatibility by defining the machine language (or runtime) format.
Mentor's OML, which made its official launch at the Las Vegas event, is an attempt--and generally considered a good one--at developing a bi-directional machine language for Industry 4.0.
The witness testified that MSCs automatically generate call data records in a "machine language," which must be run through a proprietary protocol on a computer to make them readable.
Favored by Europeans, the "A" refers to a fourth industrial revolution, where digital technologies help to further automate manufacturing, with particular emphasis on the development of a common machine language.
This feature translates all of the bytecode of the app to machine language during the initial installation.
A source code is a collection of program instructions in their original form that is translated into machine language, the language that the computer understands.
The CNC machine only understands the machine language of CAM programme and once the AutoCAD drawing of any product is loaded into the machine, highly precise steel pieces are cut to the required design.
I have been using the following analogy ever since the junk DNA term entered the public literature: DNA strands are much like computer programs, which at the machine language level typically consist of long strings of "bytes," each consisting of eight "bits." Any given byte may be part of a computer instruction, part of a binary number or the encoding of an alphanumeric character (such as integers, punctuation marks or other characters).
In the meantime, AT&T offered up RS-274X (aka extended Gerber), which UCamco continues to support, and Valor developed ODB++, and (like Gerber) while it was originally conceived as much a machine language as a format for electronic design data, it was accepted by fabricators desperate for something, anything, more intelligent than Gerber.

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