\məʃˈiːn kˈə͡ʊd], \məʃˈiːn kˈəʊd], \m_ə_ʃ_ˈiː_n k_ˈəʊ_d]\
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By Princeton University
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Machine language as a programming code, either written by man or compiled, to be executed directly by a machine, the computer, with no further conversion or translation. Also known as an executable. Nearly all commercially-sold shrink-wrapped software is an executable, in machine code. Any defect or bug necessitates a code change, typically back at the software owner's shop.
By Henry Campbell Black
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Edward Augustus Warriner
- An American clergyman and writer; born Massachusetts in 1829. He has written: "Victor La Tourette"; "Kear: Poem"; "I Am That I Am: A Metrical Essay"; "The Gate Called Beautiful".