batch


batch
● ►en /bat(ch)/ adj. ►PROG "Fournée", "Paquet". Le terme vient du temps où on programmait les ordinateurs avec des carte perforée, qu'on donnait à l'administrateur par paquets en espérant que tout fonctionne bien d'un seul coup. Syn. traitement par lots. Dans nos temps modernes, un batch est un fichier contenant un ensemble de commandes qui seront traitées automatiquement comme si elles étaient entrées au clavier par l'utilisateur, les unes après les autres. Contraire exact de l'interactivité.

Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone. 2013.

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