anonymous
  • anonymous
If compiler compiles the program generates an Object code .Does the Interpreter generate the object code/file.if not then how the processor understand that the Interpreted code.. (I know the question is not clear if anybody know the concepts clearly then i can explain question clearly..)
MIT 6.001 Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Spring 2005
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The interpreter generates machine code on the fly. Object code is machine code, but it is segmented and in a different format than it gets parsed as (think of how a module or library gets called in the execution of a program vs the placement in object code).
anonymous
  • anonymous
Really not understood very well but anyways thanks for replying !!!

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