Compilation may refer to:

  • In computer programming, the translation of source code into object code by a compiler
  • Compilation, in accountancy, the presentation of information in the form of financial statements that are the representation of management, without expressing any opinion or assurance regarding their conformity with GAAP
  • Product bundling, a marketing strategy used to sell multiple products
  • Compilation album, a record album or Compact Disc consisting of thematically related musical tracks
  • Anthology, a collection of short works, most often poetry or short stories
  • Compilation movie, a feature film that is mostly composed of footage from a television serial
  • Compilation episode, a clip show with clips from a TV series assembled together in one episode
  • Compilation (Caustic Window album), the only full length acid house-techno album by Richard D. James released under his pseudonym of Caustic Window. The album was released on 1 June 1998 (see 1998 in music)
  • Compilation (Brainbombs album)
  • Compilation (film)
  • Compilation documentary
  • Compilation error, refers to a state when a compiler fails to compile a piece of computer program source code, either due to errors in the code, or, more unusually, due to errors in the compiler itself
  • Compilation thesis
  • Compilation unit

Famous quotes containing the word compilation:

    The United States Constitution has proved itself the most marvelously elastic compilation of rules of government ever written.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)