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A '''machine instruction''' is an instruction that is written in a [[machine language]] and can be [[execute]]d directly by the [[processor]] for which it was designed without [[translation]] or [[interpretation]].
 
A '''machine instruction''' is an instruction that is written in a [[machine language]] and can be [[execute]]d directly by the [[processor]] for which it was designed without [[translation]] or [[interpretation]].
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ATIS Telecom Glossary 2007.[http://www.atis.org/glossary/definition.aspx?id=3878]
 
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A machine instruction is an instruction that is written in a machine language and can be executed directly by the processor for which it was designed without translation or interpretation.

Source

ATIS Telecom Glossary 2007.[1]