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difference between source program and object program in system software

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difference between source program and object program in system software

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  1. jane
    hello
    OBJECT PROGRAM
         The computer language program prepared by an assembler or a compiler after acting on a programmer-written source program. Also known as object routine; target program; target routine.

    A machine language program ready to run in a particular operating environment. It has been assembled or compiled, and linked. This is an early term that has no relationship to object technology

    SOURCE PROGRAM

    In the world of computers, source code is the set of written instructions that tell the computer what to do! This is how humans tell the computer what it has to do! The source code is very much like a language except every word has a defined meaning to the computer. The computer does exactly where it is told to do. If the instructions are not complete or they ask the computer to do something impossible then the computer gives an error message and stops.

    The source code instructions are normally in a form that is easy for humans to work with, but the computer converts the source code instructions to a form which it can follow.

    hope it helps

  2. Guest3022
    difference between source program and object program in system software
  3. Guest362
    a source program is a program that is written in a symbolic language, for later convetion to an object program while an object program is a machine language program that is executed by a computer...:-)
  4. Guest6209

    hello OBJECT PROGRAM The computer

    language program prepared by an assembler or a compiler after acting on a programmer-written source program. Also known as object routine; target program; target routine. A machine language program ready to run in a particular operating environment. It has been assembled or compiled, and linked. This is an early term that has no relationship to object technology SOURCE PROGRAM In the world of computers, source code is the set of written instructions that tell the computer what to do! This is how humans tell the computer what it has to do! The source code is very much like a language except every word has a defined meaning to the computer. The computer does exactly where it is told to do. If the instructions are not complete or they ask the computer to do something impossible then the computer gives an error message and stops. The source code instructions are normally in a form that is easy for humans to work with, but the computer converts the source code instructions to a form which it can follow. hope it helps difference between source program and object program in system software .a source program is a program that is written in a symbolic language, for later convetion to an object program while an object program is a machine language program that is executed by a computer...:-)

     

  5. Guest3137

    give me a line diff b/w source program ad object program


     

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