Object Code

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Object Code. Computer programs assembled or compiled, which are readable and usable by machines, but not generally readable by humans without reverse-assembly, reverse compiling, or reverse-engineering.
Object Code. Computer programs assembled or compiled, compiled in magnetic or electronic binary form on software media, which are readable and usable by machines, but not generally readable by humans without reverse-assembly, reverse compiling, or reverse-engineering. reverse engineering.
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Object Code. The machine code generated by a Source Code language processor such as an assembler or compiler, which may be linked to create Executable Binary
Object Code. Means the machine-readable, executable instructions for computer programs or applications.
Object Code. (i) machine executable programming instructions, substantially in binary form, which are intended to be directly executable by an operating system after suitable processing and linking but without the intervening steps of compilation or assembly, or (ii) other executable code (e.g., programming instructions written in procedural or interpretive languages).
Object Code. The computer code in a format not perceivable by humans and not suitable for machine execution without the intervening steps of interpretation or compilation.
Object Code. The Software computer code in machine-readable form generated by compilation of Source Code and contained in a medium that permits it to be loaded into and operated on computers
Object Code. Software in machine executable format, including all associated Documentation and Updates
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