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  • n. Plural form of compiler.


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  • For those interested in compilers — as I am — TCC is certainly worth a look.

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  • Work on the hardware design and on compilers is mentioned.

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  • - Intel must now tell customers that its "compilers" - which are used in software development - aren't in fact objective and are biased toward Intel's chips. Chronicle

  • The first of the great crossword compilers called himself Torquemada, the second Ximenes – each taking his name from an agent of the inquisition.

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  • Mullet, but until then, let's leave the wordplay to crossword compilers and spend more thought on staff training and customer service.

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  • In order to semantically interpret an expression compilers need symbols to bind to.

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  • I don't recall their compilers and tools ever being more than mediocre.


  • The tools needed to turn human-written source code into machine-executable programs are called compilers or interpreters.


  • Similarly, reverend means ` one who is to be revered, 'ordinand is ` one who is to be ordained'; an old standby of crossword compilers, deodand, is a ` thing to be given to God, 'and legend is ` something to be read.'

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  • Chambers is much favoured by our native crossword compilers and is the official reference dictionary for the National Scrabble Championships: do you still play Scrabble over there?

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