interpreted language


interpreted language
interpretuojamoji kalba statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis ↑Programavimo kalba, pritaikyta ↑interpretavimui. Paprastai tokia kalba parašytos programos prieš jas vykdant verčiamos į joms artimą, bet interpretavimui patogesnį pavidalą. Kai kurias interpretuojamąsias kalbas galima ir kompiliuoti. Interpretuojamųjų kalbų pavyzdžiai: ↑„Basic“, ↑„Java“, ↑„Lisp“, „Python“. atitikmenys: angl. interpreted language ryšiai: dar žiūrėk„Basic“ kalba dar žiūrėkinterpretatorius dar žiūrėkinterpretavimas dar žiūrėk„Java“ kalba dar žiūrėk„Lisp“ kalba dar žiūrėkprogramavimo kalba palyginkkompiliuojamoji kalba

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