Definitions for "Executable file"
Keywords:  loader, dll, filename, bat, macintosh
An executable file refers to a program file. Executables in DOS and Windows usually have an .exe or a .com extension. In UNIX and Macintosh environments, executable files can have any name.
A program file created from one or more source code files translated into machine code and linked together. The MS-DOS, Windows, and Windows NT operating systems use the .EXE filename extension to indicate that the file is a runnable program.
An executable file is a program. On Windows PCs, it typically has a .exe suffix.
Keywords:  xhtml, everyday, valid, need, stored
a valid xhtml web page stored on a source you need for everyday use
Keywords:  assistance, format, user, computer
a format that a computer can execute without the assistance of the user
Keywords:  module, image, level, top, see
The top-most level of the executable image. See module.
Keywords:  good, example
a good example