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.
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.
a feature of a word processor, email program, web browser, etc., that automatically predicts the remaining characters in a word or phrase based on what has been typed or input before: If you supply the information, your browser will be able to use autocomplete to fill out online forms. to complete (a sequence of characters), […]