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Form of instruction set designed for efficient execution by a software interpreter. Wikipedia
Interpreter that enables users to enter and run programs in the BASIC language and was, for the first part of the microcomputer era, the default application that computers would launch. Users were expected to use the BASIC interpreter to type in programs or to load programs from storage (initially cassette tapes than floppy disks). Wikipedia
Imperative and procedural programming language, designed by Niklaus Wirth as a small, efficient language intended to encourage good programming practices using structured programming and data structuring. Named in honour of the French mathematician, philosopher and physicist Blaise Pascal. Wikipedia
Application virtualization software refers to both application virtual machines and software responsible for implementing them. Application virtual machines are typically used to allow application bytecode to run portably on many different computer architectures and operating systems. Wikipedia
- Examples of such overhead include bytecode interpretation, reference-counting memory management, and dynamic type-checking.
- Smalltalk programs are usually compiled to bytecode, which is then interpreted by a virtual machine or dynamically translated into machine-native code.
- The code of N88-BASIC (86) was written completely from scratch, but Nishi pointed out that the bytecode matched Microsoft's. It was unclear if the copyright law could apply to the bytecode.
- Others compile to interpreted bytecode, which is less efficient than native code, but eases binary-code portability.
- The compiler translates list structure into machine code or bytecode for execution.
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