Definition of Compilation. Meaning of Compilation. Synonyms of Compilation

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Definition of Compilation

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Recompilation
Recompilation Re*com`pi*la"tion (r?*k?m`p?*l?"tion), n. A new compilation.

Meaning of Compilation from wikipedia

- Compilation may refer to: In computer programming, the translation of source code into object code by a compiler Compilation error Compilation unit Product...
- A compilation album comprises tracks, which may be previously released or unreleased, usually from several separate recordings by either one or several...
- A Compilation may refer to: A Compilation (Natalie MacMaster album) Atlantic Jaxx Recordings: A Compilation...
- just-in-time (JIT) compilation (also dynamic translation or run-time compilations) is a way of executing computer code that involves compilation during execution...
- The Compilation may refer to: The Compilation (20 Fingers album), 1995 The Compilation (UTP album), 2002...
- 1997 respectively. The compilation included songs by numerous artists performing on the tour that year. The first few compilations had varying titles, but...
- The Compilation of Final Fantasy VII is a metaseries produced by Square Enix. A subseries stemming from the main Final Fantasy series, it is a collection...
- influences the design of computer languages which leads to a preference of compilation or interpretation. In practice, an interpreter can be implemented for...
- In computer programming, conditional compilation is compilation implementing methods which allow the compiler to produce differences in the executable...
- Dynamic compilation is a process used by some programming language implementations to gain performance during program execution. Although the technique...
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