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Can anyone help it was actually asked in exam as following:

Translating an algorithm into a programming language is called ________?

A) interpreting

B) compiling

C) coding

D) executing

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Translating an algorithm into a programming language is called coding the algo- rithm. The products of the translation — the code for all the algorithms in the problem — are tested by collecting them into a program and running ( executing ) the program on the computer

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The correct answer is: coding
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The Correct Answer of this question is C) Coding

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