What is The Compiler?

The compiler translates a program into an intermediate form containing both machine code and information about the program’s contents. The compiler is the second component to handle your program. The compiler has the most important job: digesting and translating the program into a language readable by the destination computer.

Many compilers operate in different passes through the code. There are often passes specifically to handle optimizations of code which will reduce the size of the machine code generated.


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