Preprocessor, Postprocessor, Geometric Processor and NC processor
Hello Guys! Can anyone explain me the difference between these terms: Preprocessor, Postprocessor, Geometric Processor and NC Processor?
I know my answer is incomplete, but a 'pre' processor is basically a process that goes through before your main process, and a 'post' processor goes through after the main process. So if you're main process is designed to do math, you might have a pre-processor that pre-processes the user input, turning 5+5*2 into... 2 5 * 5 + Which is actually easier to write a LISP function to process. The result would be a plain old '15', but a post processor might do something on that result.
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