Interpreter- high level language, Electrical Engineering

Interpreter- High level language

The interpreter is a program  which  translates the high  level  program  into  objects  program  statement wise . it reads one statement of  the program  at a  time  translates it  and then  executes it thereafter it takes the next statement  and repeat the process  till  the end  of the program.

It is preferred translator for beginners as it executes the programs  until it comes across  any  syntax  error and points  and points  the error at which  it stops.

The disadvantage of  this  type  of translator is  does not store  the translated code  anywhere hence it has to translate the program  every time it  is executed.  Another  drawback is that  the execution time  is more  as it  has to  translate the  program  while  execution.

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