Source Code

A computer programming term.

'Source Code' is what the programmer writes when producing software.

Source code is the set of instructions that control the actions of the computer. It is written in a 'computer language' of which there are dozens.

Popular computer languages include 'C++', 'C', Java, Visual Basic, FORTRAN.

Source code is converted into object code by a 'compiler'.

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