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  • adj. That has not been compiled.


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un- +‎ compiled


  • It would naturally comprise, 1st, several or most of the Levitical psalms anterior to that date; and 2d, the remainder of the psalms of David previously uncompiled.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • After all, Sun Microsystems 'Solaris was a fully matured version of Unix back when that Penguin-logo'ed Unix variant was just some uncompiled C code in Linus Torvald's desktop PC.

    Government Computer News Current Issue

  • Furthermore, multiple lines of uncompiled code constitute a block that can be collapsed to a single line.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • Collapsing all of the function bodies and uncompiled lines in a source-code view, which can be done with a single command, allows the source code to be viewed as an outline, speeding navigation and improving comprehension.

    Electronicstalk - electronics industry news

  • · Files can be binary (exe, zip, images, …) or text (txt, html, uncompiled code …).

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Now, when I run it locally on my machine (uncompiled), it runs fine.

    ASP.NET Forums

  • Some were just marked as failed, usually with "Needs porting.", especially when there were no regressions with respect to what was previously built on those architectures (as a reminder: out-of-date means serious, uncompiled means important).

    Planet Debian

  • An uncompiled script is not really a single executable but it behaves the same.

    AutoHotkey Community

  • [Disclaimer: Code snippets usually uncompiled, beware typos.] mychucky

    ASP.NET Forums

  • [Disclaimer: Code snippets usually uncompiled, beware typos.] developerJamiro

    ASP.NET Forums


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