Exec

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Exec or EXEC may refer to:

Computing[edit]

  • exec (computing), an operating system function for running a program
  • eval, a programming language function for executing a statement or evaluating an expression, variously called exec or eval
  • Exec (Amiga), the OS kernel of Amiga computers
  • CMS EXEC, an interpreted command procedure control language for IBM's VM/CMS operating system
  • EXEC 2, an interpreted command procedure control language for IBM's VM/CMS operating system
  • UNIVAC EXEC I, the original operating system developed for the UNIVAC 1107
  • UNIVAC EXEC II, an operating system developed for the UNIVAC 1107 and ported to the UNIVAC 1108
  • UNIVAC EXEC 8, a.k.a. EXEC VIII, an operating system developed for the UNIVAC 1108

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