A program written in a high-level language (e.g. Pascal, C, C++, ...etc.)
The code of the original program. (Also called source code; compare with object program.)
(IEEE) A computer program that must be compiled, assembled, or otherwise translated in order to be executed by a computer. Contrast with object program. See: source code.
a program written in a language from which statements are translated into machine language
a set of programming instructions written in a user-oriented language
The input text of an assembler or compiler.
A set of instructions written in a programming language that must be translated to machine language before the program can be run. IBM.
A program written in text form which must be compiled or assembled to be used.