Interfaces 03

What does IDE stand for?
IDE = Integrated Development Environment
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What do interpreters do?
Interpreters do the same job as compilers except one line at a time (executing as they go)
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What do assemblers do?
Assemblers turn assembly language into machine code.
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What is assembly language?
Aseembly language is a more convinent way of writing machine code. It uses mnemonics to represent possible machine operations (its specific to a processor)
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What do linkers do?
Linkers combine the object codes (which are source code after compiling) to form the complete application
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What are the stages in producing a program?
Editor -> Source Codes -> Compiler -> Object Codes -> Linker -> Complete Application
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What is enterprise software?
Enterprise software is software written for business
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What are some examples of enterprise software?
Enterprise Software e.g. Pay Roll, Stock Control
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