Machine code, also known as machine language, is the elemental language of computers. Continued…
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“Many applications are developed in programming languages that are not compiled to efficient machine code before deployment, but that are translated by an interpreter to machine code while the application runs.” – David Bicknell
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Open source describes any software whose source codes in the public domain or that is copyrighted and distributed under an ______________.
a. open source license
b. open-source license