macrocode


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mac·ro·code

 (măk′rə-kōd′)
n. Computers
1. A coding system in which single codes generate several sets of instructions.
2. A single code that represents a set of instructions.
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macrocode

(ˈmækrəʊˌkəʊd)
n
(Computer Science) any computer code written using macros
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The process of analysis was automated using macrocode to process 10 images per cycle.
Wiggans, a self-professed computer guy, had written all the macrocode himself to integrate the probing routines into his machining centers.