Compiled vs. Interpreted Languages

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Re: Compiled vs. Interpreted Languages

Post by DannyZ » Thu Oct 05, 2017 8:12 am

The Python Schedule © 2015 Think of Publishing Ltd, merely distunguishes the distinction by the following tip pointed out in page 10 as: An analyzed language such as Python is one where the source code is transformed to machine code then carried out each time the program runs. This is various from a assembled language such as C, where the source code is just transformed to machine code as soon as-- the resulting machine code is then carried out each time the program runs.

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