the process of carrying out an instruction by a computer.
The circuits which cause the computer to carry out the instructions in proper sequence.
A set of coded instructions designed to process and control other coded instructions.
To perform an operation at the same time that another operation is being performed; for example, to perform input/output operations while instructions are being executed by the processing unit.
To carry out or fulfill the command, order, or instruction of.
Execute: To perform a computer instruction or run a program.
The operation time of this order is very short.
A set of instructions that are executed between two successive branch instructions.
An action resulting from a single instruction.
Follow written and verbal instructions of leader.
To provide(a machine) with a set of coded working instructions.
The time in which one microinstruction is executed. In general, several microcycles are required to execute one instruction.
Break execution when the program reaches the instruction at this address.
At any rate, orders must be obeyed.
Tonac (Technical Order Notification and Completion System)
A sequence of instructions executed repeatedly while a certain condition prevails.
A sequence of instructions that cannot be executed during normal processing.
an instruction that interrupts the program being executed.