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machine code

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
machine codemaˈchine ˌcode (also machine language) noun [countable, uncountable] technical  TDinstructions in the form of numbers that are put into a computer
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machine codeA statement to call a machine code subroutine.It can be programmed by machine code, by taking it through the motions, or by keyboard.Like machine code, assembler is computer specific.An assembler instruction will correspond to a frequently performed operation and represents many machine code instructions.This computer has no machine code instruction set or data formats in the ordinary sense.Assembler is less computer orientated than machine code.In order for this to work, the machine code program must be loaded into the same address each time.
From Longman Business Dictionarymachine codemaˈchine code [countable, uncountable]COMPUTING instructions in the form of numbers that are put into a computerPrograms written using high-level languages such as C must be translated into machine code.They are machine codes which tell the computer precisely what to do. code
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