Bytecode

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Bytecode is a form of output code used by programming language implementors to reduce dependence on specific hardware and ease interpretation.

Bytecode may be used as an intermediate code of a compiler, or may be the saved 'tokenized' form used by an interpreter or a virtual machine.

Examples:

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