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Explanation: “Source Code” versus “Object Code”
A software’s “source code” is the high level computer language in which the software is written. The source code describes in great detail the logic flow of a software program, and often includes the programmer’s narrative explanation of the various steps in the program. On the other hand, object code” represents a translation of the source code into a machine readable language that is executable by a computer.
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