Question by Nicholas Scicluna: What is the difference between an interpreter and a compiler in?
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Answer by deanyourfriendinky
Allegedly, an interpreter is an environment in which code is interpreted line by line and the results are output by the environment. But a compiler converts the code directly into ‘machine language’ that can be executed by the OS without loading another program/environment first.

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