compilation definition

  • noun:
    • The work of compiling.
    • Something, such as a set of data, a report, or an anthology, that is compiled.
    • The act or process of compiling or gathering collectively from numerous resources.
    • That which is created; particularly, a book or document made up of materials gathering off their publications or documents.
    • Translation of origin code into object rule by a compiler.
    • The work or procedure of compiling or collecting collectively from different resources.
    • That which is put together; particularly, a book or document made up of materials collecting from other publications or papers.
    • The act of joining together; a gathering or piling up; collection.
    • The gathering of materials for publications, documents, tables, etc., from current sources; the act of bringing together and adjusting things said or authored by various persons when it comes to exposition of a subject.
    • That which is put together; a novel or treatise generated by compiling.
    • something which is compiled (as into just one book or file)
    • the act of compiling (as into an individual book or file or number)
    • The work of compiling.
    • One thing, particularly some information, a written report, or an anthology, that's compiled.
    • The act or process of compiling or gathering collectively from different resources.
    • That which is compiled; specifically, a book or document consists of products gathering from other books or documents.
    • Translation of supply rule into object code by a compiler.
    • The work or procedure of compiling or gathering collectively from numerous sources.
    • whatever is compiled; specially, a novel or document composed of materials gathering from other books or documents.
    • The work of joining together; a gathering or mounting up; collection.
    • The gathering of materials for publications, documents, tables, etc., from current resources; the act of joining together and adjusting things said or written by different individuals for the exposition of a subject.
    • whatever is compiled; a book or treatise from compiling.
    • a thing that is created (as into one book or file)
    • the act of compiling (as into an individual guide or file or record)

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