Compiling and Linking in C++

When you write a c++ program, the next step is to compile the program before running it. The compilation is the process which convert the program written in human readable language like C, C++ etc into a machine code, directly understood by the Central Processing Unit. There are many stages involved in creating a executable file from the source file. The stages include Preprocessing, Compiling and Linking in C++. This means that even if the program gets compiled, it may result in not running as errors may arise during the linking phase. Hence most IDE (Integrated Development Environment ) like Eclipse, Geany etc consider the term build for transforming source code file to an executable file.
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do Machine code and object code means the same thing when it comes to .obj file ?
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