Definition of "recompiling" [recompiling]

  • Present participle of recompile. (verb)

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Use "recompiling" in a sentence
  • "Right after he gives her his random seed, at which point her kernel will begin recompiling."
  • "Voodoo Programming: Things programmers do that they know shouldn't work but they try anyway, and which sometimes actually work, such as recompiling everything."
  • "The director of the Imaginary Foundation described our work as "some kind of Ontological DJ'ing, recompiling the source code of western philosophy by mixing and mashing it up into a form of recombinant creativity, which hopefully elevates our understanding from the dry and prosaic, into the sensual and transcendent.""
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