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5240Re: Compiled or Interpreted?

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  • bryan_davisuk
    May 1, 2002
      Hm, intertesting question, compiled generally is taken to mean
      compiled to machine code, which is something LB does not do, and I
      dont belive that it runs at machine code speeds.

      However, it isnt strictly interpreted either, others with more
      experience may have a different take, but generally interpreters run
      from source code which LB dosnt do either

      The compiled/interpreted definition is an extreamly old division, and
      is probably now out of date, I dont know if domeone has added a third
      catergory yet, but I believe there are a few other languges that fall
      into this grey area, maybe enough to define a third classification.

      --- In libertybasic@y..., "sjl_99" <sjl_99@y...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      > I'm still new to LB. The subject line says it all.. is LB compiled
      > interpreted?
      > My understanding is that compiled languages run many times faster.
      > Thanks,
      > Steve.
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