C Installation / Compiler :

What is an assembler?

an assembler is program used to translator an assembly language program into binary form.

What is an compiler?

A compiler is a program used to translate a high level language program into binary form.

What is an Interpreter?

Interpreter is a computer program that directly executes, performs, instruction written in a programming or scripting language, without requiring them previously to have been compile into a machine language program.

Differences between compiler and interpreter :

  • Translates or compiles the complete program into binary form (object program).
  • An object program is generated and is used to generate executable program which is stored in disk.
  • Translates the program line by line as soon as a line is typed by the user.
  • Object and executable programs are generated and are normally stored in RAM.

What is an source program?

The set of instruction written in any one of the programming languages is called source program.

What is an object program?

The translated or binary form of a source program is called an object program.

What is an executable program?

A program generated from object program by linking the input/output devices in order to execute th instructions given in a source program is called an executable program.

C Language Install / Tool :

Code::Blocks is a free C,C++ and Fortran IDE build to meet the most demanding needs of its users. It is designed to be very extensible and fully configurable. Download Code::Blocks Form Official site.

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