two-address code

two-address code
dviadresės komandos kodas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. one-plus-one-address code; two-address code vok. Eins-plus-Eins Adreßcode, m; Zweiadressencode, m rus. код двухадресной команды, m pranc. instruction â deux adresses, f

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