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Run time

From Rosetta Code

Run time refers to the execution phase of the program life cycle. The program being executed is said "running", so the time between the program start and stop is called the run time. Sometimes the term dynamic can also refer to run time.

Examples of use: run-time dispatch, run-time exception, run-time library, run-time object, dynamic polymorphism, dynamic memory allocation, dynamic typing, dynamic semantics.