What is the difference between a strict interpreter and a loose interpreter?
A strict interpreter must change every word from the speakers language to the listeners language. A loose interpreter has more liberty to relay the message in the most efficient way without concern of every word.
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Assemblers convert Assembly code to machine code\nInterpreters convert high level code to real-time machine code and store it in the memory for direct execution\nCompilers convert high level code to real-time machine code or some intermediate code and store it in a file for later execution\n. \n …Answer \n. \n. \nAssemblers use the basic building blocks of the command processor code to write programs and is the language closest to the binary on which all computers operate, although it is difficult to use it does work well for things like networking and communication protocols.\n. \nInterpreters are just what they say, they translate the code in real time as you operate the program, then process it, and are therefore the slowest.\n. \nCompilers translate the code into a format the computer understands prior to the execution (or distribution) of the code and is therefore the easiest to use as it combines the better attributes of both programming methods into one easy to use package. (MORE)
Answer . Observation is what you see; interpretation is how you see it. Example, you see an object (observation) and you describe what it looks like to you (interpretation).
Well , in computer terminology an interpreter is a translator which translates a source code line by line and executes it, while a translator is a big word it may have different types like compiler, interpreter, assembler etc.. Answer . In more specific language terms, an interpreter is a person w…ho translates one language to another, for instance at the UN, where quick-wittedness and a good memory are attributes, whereas a translator converts a written work from from one language to another, where being methodical and having good research material to hand are advantages. (MORE)
In Compilation, check all errors from full sourcecode of program in one time( i.e. not step by step) But In Interpretation, Check source code of program step by step and findout the errors/ommisions.
Loose construction-means that the federal government can take reasonable actions that the constitution does not specifically forbid Strict construction- people who favor strict constitution think that that federal government should do only what the constitution specifically says it can doThe Loose C…onstruction Theory is when federalists interpret theConstitution into things that are in favor of a stronger nationalgovernment. There are limitations involved. (MORE)
Answer . information is some thing that gives you a overview of the matter and interpretation is how you apply the information or you can say the evaluation of the information
The difference between interpreting and translation is very slight.The interpreter translates orally while a translator interprets inwritten text.
Answer . Compiler -- reads human-readable source code, produces machine-executable binary code. Examples are C, COBOL, Java, etc. Easiest for humans to program, but does not always produce the most efficient executables. Interpreter -- Reads human-readable code, line at a time, and produces an…d executes machine instructions "on the fly". Example is good old BASIC. Good for testing, but is VERY slow. Assembler -- Converts machine-manipulation coding directly into binary machine instructions. Produces the most efficient executables, but is the most difficult (for humans) to work with. Best of all worlds (my opinion) is C on Unix, for speed, ease of use, program efficiency. (MORE)
Without giving the definition for both words,A compilation is several things from A specific origin grouped together. and A iterpretation is making A opinion based judgment from the evidence on hand
To answer your question, let me use the American Constitution as an example. Thomas Jefferson believed in a strict construction of the Constitution; that means, he believed people should follow exactly what was stated and allowed in the document. Anything not given to the federal government in th…e Constitution would be given to the states and the people. On the other hand, Alexander Hamilton believed in a loose construction of the Constitution; that means, he thought you could take whatever action you wanted, as long as the document did not specifically say you couldn't do it. So, a strict constructionist would feel the need to follow the specific instructions and rules of something, while a loose constructionist would feel it was acceptable to find a loophole, or do something not directly forbidden. (MORE)
Java interpreter implements the jvm.java interpreter convert the byte code(.class files) into sytem code(operating system understandale code) than it get execute.interpreter in java is name as "java". c:>java classname when u put this statement ur class file gets convert into machine code(system… code) & gets execute. In my view the above answer is not completely full filled because JVM contain interpreter as well as JIT (Just In Time) compiler . Interpreter use is already given by Ashvini . Then the use of JIT is it convert the byte code(.class files) into system code(operating system understandale code) than it get execute and converted code is fetch into some memory if same statement is repeated then directly already converted code is given as result. . In Java, a JVM is a piece of software which implements the Java Virtual Machine Specification. That is, this software takes as input a stream of Java bytecodes, and executes those bytecodes according the meaning that the JVM Spec assigns them. It does this by translating the bytecode into one or more native machine code operations, specific to the hardware and Operating System that the JVM is implemented on. It is the JVM's job to present this "standard abstract machine" to people running Java code, regardless of the peculiarities of the OS and hardware the JVM runs in. Think of the JVM as a translator - you can always speak "Java" to the JVM, and it then speaks to the native OS/Hardware whatever language they understand. How the JVM does this is not relevant to the concept of the JVM - that is, the concept of JVM is independent of implementation details. An interpreter in the Java sense is one of two things: (a) a piece of software which reads in Java Source Code and spits out Java Bytecode directly to the JVM . In this context, the interpreter is quite naive - it reads things one line at a time from the source, and thus has very little ability to do optimization of the java bytecode. Note that 'javac' is NOT an interpreter - for, while it does take Source Code as input, and outputs Java bytecode, it saves that bytecode to a static file, and is also smart enough to do bytecode optimization, as it can look at the whole file at once. (b) a portion of the internals of all implementations of the JVM. Here, the interpreter's job is to read the incoming java bytecodes, and translate them directly to machine code for execution. While relatively simple to do, it is also quite inefficient, as the same process must be done repeatedly with no memory of past work. For instance, if I send the interpreter three identical bytecodes, it does the same work three times. Additionally, it cannot make long-term optimization choices, as an interpreter must only work with the bytecodes it is just handed. Example (a) above is very rare nowdays, and generally is only used in specific academic discussions. Sense (b) is what is normally assumed to be the topic of discussion when "interpreter" is mentioned. As a consequence of the inefficiency of interpreters, most modern JVM implementations also use a Just-In-Time compiler strategy. However, JVMs still require an interpreter, as JITs can only function on the OUTPUT of the built-in interpreter - thus, the first time a running JVM encounters a bytecode sequence, it MUST be run through an interpreter to generate machine code. Only afterwards can the JIT make optimizations based on existing known bytecode->machine code work. (MORE)
The Constitution allows everything, unless it specifically forbids it. A loose view of the constitution simply means that one has a more liberal view of the rules and regulations present in the document. A strict view would imply that one views the constitution with a conservative approach, believ…ing that the rules should be interpreted literally. Jefferson believed in a strict view of the constitution while he was an advisor. When he became president, his view changed; He supported a more loose view of the document in accordance with his policies. Hamilton, on the other hand, always supported a loose view of the living document. (MORE)
The federal government has only the power to do exactly as the Constitution says. .
an interpreter converts the source code to object code by doing a line at a time while a compiler does all at once.
The Democratic Republicans, who were headed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison (the Democratic Republicans later evolved into Democrats).
John Marshall is considered to have been a loose constructionist,rather than a strict constructionist. Marshall was the 4th ChiefJustice of the Supreme Court.
interpreter is involved in conversion of source code to object code line to line whereas the compiler converts the source code to the object after the entire program is written
It means that the federal government has only the power to do exactly as the Constution says.. source: wikianswers on another page!
A strict interpretation of the Constitution states that the government of the United States holds only those powers specifically granted to it by the Constitution.\n. \nA loose interpretation of the Constitution posits that the government of the United States hold all powers that are not specifical…ly denied to it by the Constitution. (MORE)
Well, it's kind of self-explanitory. It's the opposite of loose interpretration.. Strict interpretation of the Constitution is when you do only as much as the Constition allows you to do. Anything that is not mentioned in the Constitution is thought to be Unconstitutional.. For example, When Jeffe…rson ran for president against Adams, he was an advocat of strict interpretation of the constituion. He didn't like the idea of a national bank because it wasn't mentioned in the constitution. (MORE)
What is the Between Loose Interpretation of the constitution and Strict Interpretation of the Constitution?
It perhaps has been said that between loose interpretation and strict interpretation of the Constitution there is the practical matter of applying the Constitution to the business of government. The Constitution of the United States of America is the Supreme Law of that land and guides that nation i…n their pursuit of life, liberty and happiness. In order to form a more perfect union the people, through the Constitution, granted limited and temporary power to certain government officials so that they might establish justice, provide for the common defense, ensure domestic tranquility and promote the general welfare. But what does it mean to promote the general welfare? How should our elected officials ensure domestic tranquility? How much power should the people grant military leaders in order to provide for a common defense? Exactly how does a government establish justice? These are the goals the people, through constitutional mandate have given their elected officials. How those government officials accomplish or attempt to accomplish those goals depends largely on how they interpret the Constitution. There are those who take a liberal view of the Constitution and others who take a conservative view of the same document and then there is everybody in between. A Liberal will take a loose interpretation of the Constitution as his strategy for accomplishing the necessary goals while a Conservative will adhere strictly to the text to guide them in what must be done. Those in between are not really using the Constitution as their guide. One can not be conservative on some issues and liberal on others without running into logical fallacies. This sort of political declaration only confuses the meaning of liberal and conservative. In the American political landscape if it is not the Constitution that is being conserved then exactly what is being conserved? It is not necessary for a liberal to know they are taking a liberal view of the Constitution in order to be a Liberal, but a Conservative must know that it is the original intent of the Constitution that they are conserving or they become nothing more than just another progressive movement and before you know it the main stream media starts inventing terms like "neo-conservative" and "moderate conservative" or "far right conservative" or even more confusing "left leaning conservative." They all just seem to be descriptions of people in between. There is no better way to illustrate the difference between a liberal and conservative view of the Constitution than by using the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights as an example. The Second Amendment states: A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. A liberal or loose interpretation will place its focus on what is meant by "well regulated militia" and a conservative or strict interpretation will place its focus on "the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed." Of the many arguments made about the Second Amendment the serious ones come down to an interpretation that means that the people have a right to bear arms if they belong to a well regulated militia or an interpretation that means that in order for the people to keep and maintain well regulated militias the people must have the right to keep and bear their own arms. The difference between these two interpretations are radical and extreme. The Conservative, being fundamentally bound by the text which they hope to conserve must concede that "a well regulated militia" certainly can imply some sort of government regulation and such an interpretation should not be construed as a loose interpretation of the text. The conservative will also point out that the text does not imply that the people have a right to keep and bear arms but unequivocally states it and expressly forbids the government from infringing that right. A Liberal will counter that in order for a government to effectively regulate militias they must be able to regulate the right of the people to keep and bear arms. The conservative will claim that this is an infringement upon that right. The Liberal will counter that it is not the right itself that is being regulated but the exercise of that right that is being regulated and then the Conservative will challenge the Liberal to show where in the Constitution that the power to regulate the exercise of freedom was granted to government officials and the debate will continue going back and forth, round and round leaving everyone in between bored and agitated while gradual apathy creeps into their politics and so it remains that it is Liberals and Conservatives who stay the course while everyone in between follows. (MORE)
Compilers translate the entire source code into machine code. Eachtranslation unit (source file) is independently converted into anobject file. Once all translation units have been compiled, theobject files are linked together to produce an executable file. Theexecutable file does not require any fu…rther translation and can beexecuted independently of the compiler. The executable isnon-portable, but will execute as fast as the architecture willallow. In order to port the program to other architectures, thesource code must be recompiled from scratch by a compiler intendedspecifically for those machines. Interpreters translate one statement at a time and immediatelyexecute them before moving onto the next statement. No independentexecutable is produced by an interpreter; the source code must bere-interpreted every time it is run. Thus the code is dependantupon the interpreter but is not machine-specific. While interpretedlanguages are more portable than compiled languages, execution isgreatly impaired by the need to interpret the code every time it isrun. Some languages are both compiled and interpreted. Rather thanproducing a machine code executable, the compiler produces anintermediate byte code which can then be interpreted. Java is atypical example. The Java source code is compiled against the JavaVirtual Machine (JVM) to produce portable Java byte code that canthen be interpreted by any JVM implementation. Although executionis still much slower than that of machine code, the byte code ismuch more compact than the original source code and gives greateropportunities for optimisations that would not be possible withmore traditional interpretation. Because interpreted languages are dependant upon an interpreter,they are only suitable for writing applications software. Thisincludes Java. Compiled languages are much less restricted. C++,for instance, can be used to write general purpose programs,including operating system kernels, device drivers, subsystemsprogramming as well as applications software. (MORE)
It basically means that the government doesn't revolve around theConstitution. We still have goals for the Country that theConstitution doesn't cover.
It was based on a loose interpretation of the Constitution because he wasn't really allowed to by the land, and he had to justify his actions by his hopes for the nation
A representation in science is when you're supporting something and an interpretation is when you're telling somebody about results from something.
Â· It's about digging deeply into an issue or topic: As the word 'investigative' implies, simply relaying a simple 'bite' of information - "A cattle fair will be held in X village next month" - cannot count as investigative journalism. Â· The issue or topic has to be of public interest: 'P…ublic interest' means that either a community will be disadvantaged by not knowing this information, or will benefit (either materially or through informed decision-making) by knowing it. Sometimes what benefits one community may disadvantage another. Forest16 dwellers can demand better prices if they know the world market value of trees that logging companies want to fell. But the logging industry may not want this information spread, as logging will then cost it more. Reporters need a clear sense of what their mission is and whom they serve, and this can involve heated newsroom debates. 'Public interest' means the interest of the community affected. It does not have to be the whole country, and, indeed 'public interest' may be different from 'national interest'. That term is sometimes used by governments to justify illegal, dangerous or unethical acts on the excuse of 'my country, right or wrong,' - or, indeed, to discourage journalists from reporting on a real problem. Â· It's a process, not an event: Investigative journalism never provides an instant story. It goes through recognized stages of planning and reporting, and has to work to accepted standards of accuracy and evidence. Â· It's original and proactive: Investigative stories have to be based on the work of the journalist and (where resources permit) his or her team. Although an investigative story can start with a tip, simply reporting the tip, or printing the secret document that is anonymously faxed through to you, is not investigative journalism. In fact, doing such a thing may be both lazy and careless. It carries huge risks, since you have not investigated the identity, bona fides or motives of your source or the authenticity of the evidence. You may end up defaming someone, printing lies or being framed by somebody's agents. Instead, you must develop hypotheses about what the tip means and plan additional research, decide on the relevant questions, and go out to ask them. You must see evidence, and hear and analyze answers for yourself, and go beyond simply verifying the tip. Â· It should produce new information or put together previously available information in a new way to reveal its significance: If the information, or the understanding of its importance, isn't new, what exactly are you investigating? Â· It should be multi-sourced: A single source can provide fascinating revelations and (depending on who the source is) access to insights and information that would otherwise be hidden. But until the story from that source is cross-checked against other sources - experiential, documentary and human - and its meaning is explored, no real investigation has happened. Â· Because of its in-depth nature, it calls for greater resources, team working and time than a routine news report: Most of the case studies presented of investigative reportage are the result of team investigations. But this poses problems for small local and community publications with small staffs and limited time, money or specialized skills. A journalist may need to seek grants to support an investigation, and learn to tap the skills of others outside the newsroom to help (MORE)
An interpretation, is someones opinion on what something could mean, or the way they take something. For example, a Christian's interpretation of how the world began would differ from a scientist's. A translation, is something that could also be taken different ways, but more often than not, there i…s only one correct way to take it. For example, if you were translating something from English, into a foreign language and you were just purely counting on a dictionary to tell you what you need to know, without putting into place any grammar rules that you know, or can research to find out about, your translation would undoubtedly be a little off the mark, because your word order, may be a little mixed up, or you may make some other error. You may use a word which is a translation of the word itself, but does not fit into the context of what you are supposed to be writing. (MORE)
The exact text of the Elastic Clause (also known as the Necessaryand Proper Clause) is: "The Congress shall have Power ... To makeall Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying intoExecution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by thisConstitution in the Government of the Uni…ted States, or in anyDepartment or Officer thereof." Therefore, a strict interpretation of the Elastic Clause would meanthat Congress could pass any laws out of their list of enumeratedpowers. (MORE)
Compiler checks the error in whole program where as Interpreter just checks the error line by line .
An interpreter does verbal work, such as interpreting a conversation. Translators translate written or typed documents,like translating a book or article.
compiler is a software translator used in ProgrammingLanguage: C,C++, Java etc ). This used for to translate High level language to Machine independent language. . Interpreter is used to translate source code to machine code by line by line.
Members of the Democratic-Republican Party believed in a strictinterpretation of the Constitution. They were opposed to theFederalists, who generally believed in a stronger nationalgovernment.
A compiled computer language outputs a program file that is directly understandable by the CPU in a computer and is ready to be run. It is in what is called binary format, is not readable by (most) humans, but is directly understood by the computer. An interpreted computer language generally outp…uts a program in a manner that is not directly understood by the computer CPU. It must be turned into machine readable binary (compiled) when you run it. The file is often human readable and understandable, but is not understood by the computer. . A good way to separate a compiled language from an interpreted language is to look at what happens to the source code and how that source code is turned into a running program. In a compiled language, the source code files are run through a compiler ONCE, and outputs a single fixed "binary". Typically, this binary is in the machine code of the architecture the compiler is on, but it may also be in another architecture's machine code (for "cross-compilers"), or even in a synthetic architecture (as in the case with bytecodes, as typical for Java or Python). That binary can then be directly run on any compatible platform. The key here is that the conversion to a "runnable" format is done only once, and that the only thing needed to run the program on a suitable platform is the binary. The source code and compiler only need to be available when the binary is originally being created; afterwards, they aren't needed. For an interpreted language, each and every time the program is run, the interpreter has to parse the source code files, and then creates an internal representation of the program. The interpreter itself decides how the source code should execute. After a run, there is nothing left except the source code, so any optimizations that the interpreter makes during the run are lost, and will have to be redone the next time the program is run. The major distinction here is that in order for an interpreted program to run, BOTH the source code AND the interpreter must be present, each and every time the program is to be run. (MORE)
An interpretation is a view or opinion on something. An observation is a fact, for example "The kingfisher holds the fish away from himself." Whereas an interpretation would be "The kingfisher holds the fish away from himself because it's for a mate."
evaluation is the assessment of something or a perceived value or data figure interpretation is ones opinon on what is means
Compiling is a form of 'gathering' information to come to a solution. Interpreting is seeing the information already presented, and then making a decision or judgment based on that. (:
Strict Constructionists believe a narrow, strict and literalinterpretation of the express language of the Constitution isproper. This judicial philosophy requires a court to apply theexact written text of the law or regulation to the issue before thecourt. Otherwise known as "plain meaning," the cou…rt must apply thestatute as written; there must be no interpretation or drawinginferences. The problem with the Strict Construction philosophy is that itsadherents refuse to address ambiguity in language, or that themeaning of words can change over the years. And, if the traditionalmeaning was applied by a court, would current citizens understandthe court's decision. Example: Take the word "appeasement." Priorto WWII, appeasement was another word for "negotiation." Today, itmeans cowardly yielding to a bulling opponent. If "appeasement" waswritten into the Constitution or statute, if a StrictConstructionist used the pre-WWII interpretation of the word, wouldcontemporary readers understand the court's intent? Loose Constructionists believe the opposite; the literal languageof the Constitution or statutes must be interpreted in light ofcontemporary society, social conduct and common understanding oflanguage. As Justice Marshall wrote in M cCulloch , "Soundconstruction of the Constitution must allow to the nationallegislature that discretion with respect to the means by which thepowers it confers are to be carried into execution which willenable that body to perform the high duties assigned to it in themanner most beneficial to the people. Let the end be legitimate,let it be within the scope of the Constitution, and all means whichare appropriate, which are plainly adapted to that end, which arenot prohibited, but consistent with the letter and spirit of theConstitution, are constitutional." McCulloch v. Maryland , 17 US 316 (S.Ct. 1819-03-06) Complicating this philosophical debate is that each side has neveradhered strictly to their own principles. Jefferson, the hero ofStrict Constructionists, often took a Loose Constructionistapproach while President. Hamilton, hero to the LooseConstructionists, often argued for strict application of theConstitution in certain situations. Last, do not confuse Strict Construction with Originalism.Originalism (the term came into usage in the 1980's) is aphilosophy based on the principle that courts are merely to upholdthe law, not interpret, "create" or amend laws. The latter powersare, under Originalism, reserved strictly for the legislativebranch. (MORE)
What is the difference between how Catholics interpret the Bible and how other Christians interpret the Bible?
Roman Catholic Answer Catholics interpret the Bible under the light and authority of the teaching magisteriam of the Church. God is the primary author of Scripture, and the Church is God's voice on earth for its interpretation. Christians who are not Catholics (in other words, those who have been b…aptised outside the Church) feel that they can interpret the Bible for themselves by the light of the Holy Spirit. from A Biblical Defense of Catholicism by Dave Armstrong, Sophia Institute Press, Manchester, New Hampshire, 2003 . Most conservative, classical, Evangelical, "Reformation" Protestants hold to the view that - when all is said and done - the Bible is basically perspicuous (able to be clearly understood) in and of itself, without the absolute necessity for theological teaching, scholarly interpretation, and the authority of the Church (however defined). This is not to say that Protestants are consciously taught to ignore Christian historical precedent altogether and shun theological instruction (although, sadly, the tendency of ahistoricism and anti-intellectualism is strong in many circles). Rather, perspicuity is said to apply to doctrines "essential" for salvation. Accordingly, it follows that whatever is necessary for salvation can be found in the Bible by any literate individual without the requisite assistance of an ecclesiastical body. This is presupposed in, for example, the widespread practice of passing out Bibles to the newly evangelized, oftentimes with no provision made fur further guidance and supervision. .... But what could possibly be imagined as more fatal to this abstract view than the tragic multiplicity of Protestant denominations? The Bible is indeed more often than not quite clear when approached open-mindedly and with a moral willingness to accept its teachings. But in actual fact many Christians (and also heretics or "cultists") distort and misunderstand the Bible, or at the very least, arrive at contradictory, sincerely held convictions. This is the whole point form the Catholic perspective. Error is necessarily present wherever contradictions exist - clearly not a desirable situation, as all falsehood is harmful (e.g. John 8:44, 16:13; 2 Thess. 2:10-12; 1 John 4:6). Perspicuity might theoretically be a good thing in principle, and on paper, but in practice it is unworkable and untenable. History has proven this beyond all doubt.. (MORE)
in my personal point of view i would say a parser is more like"one-directional" "automatic" vs. an interpreter, the interpreterhas more "intelligence"
Interpreted means - normally - the code is interpreted at run-time, while parsed (actually, it's "compiled") means the code is translated to a native object file at compile-time, and then executed. Compiled code is usually faster, also.
Interpretive languages compile blocks of code into machine code, execute them, and then move onto the next block. The blocks may be as little as a single statement, but once each statement is executed, the machine code is lost. This means that functions must be recompiled every time they are called.… Ultimately, performance suffers because every block must be interpreted before it can be executed. Moreover, the program must always be executed within the interpreter; you cannot create standalone programs. Compiled languages pre-compile the entire program to produce a standalone machine code executable. As a result, compiled programs execute many times faster than interpretive languages. C++ and Java are both compiled languages however Java programs are compiled to byte code rather than machine code. The byte code must then be interpreted by the Java virtual machine in order to execute. As a result of this interpretation, Java programs do not perform well compared to equivalent programs written in C++. (MORE)
The principle difference is that an interpreter takes a computer program written in a high-level language and converts it to machine code "on the fly"; converting and then executing it as it goes through the program. A compiler takes a computer program and converts the entire program into machine c…ode file, this file can then be executed at a later date. Modern computer systems often combine the two techniques; a compiler will take a computer program and convert it into a "pseudo" machine code file. This file is then taken by an interpreter and converted to actual machine instructions to execute. The advantage of this is that the compiler doesn't have to "know" about the final target machine, providing that the target machine has an interpreter it can execute the program. Java (and hence Android) uses this system as does much of Windows (using the .NET system). (MORE)
Interpreter An interpreter is given a computer program to run and it is executed (or performed) line by line. It simply reads a line of code (in the programs native language (ie English Basic) and performs the instructions one by one. After each line has been completed, the next on is accessed and d…uly performed until the program is finished. The syntax of the program may have errors in it and these are not found out until the program is run. The user must have the source code to be able to run the program (some interpreters produces a tokenised version of the source code to speed up execution of the program and reduce disk storage.) Compiler. With a compiler, the entire code is translated into machine code before it is run and then saved to disk for future use. The entire program must be 100% syntax correct before the program is translated and saved to disk. Several other parts of the program (called libraries) can be linked with the program to produce the final product. Test compilations usually are performed to avoid a large number of compile errors at once. The compiled program is accessed by the user but they do not need the source code to use the program. The same program run as a compiled program will usually outperform an interpreted on. (MORE)
An assembler uses mnemonics for machine code instructions and in general generates one machine code instruction for each assembly language instruction. A different assembly language is needed for each computer architecture. . A compiler translates High Order Language statements to machine code,… each statement generates many machine code instructions. One High Order Language is portable across many computer architectures. . An interpreter interprets High Order Language statements without generating any machine code. One High Order Language is portable across many computer architectures. Interpreters are usually much slower than executing machine code generated by compilers or assemblers, but you don't have to spend time compiling and/or assembling before it will run. Note: if you haven't run into the terminology High Order Language before, it is just the military terminology for what civilians call High Level Language. After 30 years of working for a military avionics subcontractor I still tend to use the military terminology. (MORE)
the answer is that no body knows what it is including me so crack it man.:P
Interpretors and translators are pretty much one and the same however interpreters tend to know the culture of the language as well as just the words. Translators can be electronic devices or people.
The difference between simultaneous and consecutive interpreting are as follows; Consecutive interpretation means the speaker has to finish his/her speech or talk before the interpreter starts interpreting while in simultaneous interpreting where the participants usually wear headphones the interpre…ter renders the translation into a target words simultaneously with the speaker. (MORE)
Strict construction meant that those interpreting it thought thatthat the government should only have powers that were expresslystated in the constitution. Like, it shouldn't stretch the limitsor try to do things that the constitution didn't say specificallywere ok to do.