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Category:Software application
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition Binary executable is a digital entity cons Binary executable is a digital entity consisting of the binary representation of machine instructions of a specific processor or they may be binary pseudocode for a virtual machine. A non-source executable file is also called an object program. It is assumed that the binary executable file contains properly-formatted computer instructions. (derived from Wikipedia, Nov 1, 2007) NITRC definition: Software programs designed to run on a computer. re programs designed to run on a computer.
Id birnlex_11012  +
Label Software application  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 17 January 2013 21:54:07  +
ModifiedDate 17 January 2013  +
SuperCategory Software resource  +
Synonym Application  +, Binary executable  +, Software program  +
Categories Software resource
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Resource:2DMAP +, Resource:2LD +, Resource:2SNP +, Resource:4Peaks +, Resource:ABEAT +, Resource:ACT +, Resource:ADEGENET +, Resource:ADMIXMAP +, Resource:AGEINF +, Resource:ALBERT +, Resource:ALLASS +, Resource:ALLEGRO +, Resource:ALLELIX +, Resource:ALOHOMORA +, Resource:ALP +, Resource:ALTREE +, Resource:ALVIN +, Resource:AMELIA +, Resource:ANALYZE +, Resource:ANCESTRY +, Has role
Resource:Structural Biology Grid + Keywords
 

 

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