1. The assembly language accepted by AUTOCODER.
2. A generic term for symbolic assembly language. Versions of Autocode were developed for Ferranti Atlas, Titan, Mercury and Pegasus and IBM 702 and IBM 705.
autocoder language Possibly the first primitive compiler. AUTOCODER was written by Alick E. Glennie in 1952. It translated symbolic statements into machine language for the Manchester Mark I computer. Autocoding later came to be a generic term for assembly language programming. (1994-11-07)
autocoid autocoid au·to·coid (ô’tə-koid’) n. Variant of autacoid.
the process used in an autocollimator.
an instrument combining the functions of a telescope and collimator, for detecting and measuring very small deviations in a beam of light.