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compile (something) from (something)

To assemble something from component parts. Don't worry, I'm compiling a study guide from the notes I took this semester.
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compile something from something

to make up something from something; to collect and consolidate something from something. She compiled a book of poetry from verses written by her friends. Lynn compiled a picture book from family photographs going back almost a century.
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2 - Execute the following command to compile and run the game on Windows:
Note: To compile only, use "compile" instead of "run", as follows:
It's possible to use Visual Studio to compile and run the game project:
2 - To compile the project, press F6 (or Build menu -> Build Solution) and press F5 to execute it (or Debug menu -> Start Debugging).
However, the accountants have not directly performed any act that generates financial statements; therefore, Fagan and Best is not required to compile the financial statements generated by the service bureau.
16 says the accountant is not obligated to compile financial statements he or she has not generated or materially modified.
15) to a client or others, he or she must at least compile those statements in accordance with SSARS no.
The business information search engine's patented technology continually scans the free Web and then automatically compiles easy-to-digest summaries about individuals, companies, products and industries.
To aid practitioners in their legal research, the 2005 Supplement includes a section that compiles Pike & Fischer's case digests, "Which are our exclusive summaries of the holdings in all DMCA cases decided since the enactment of the statute," Smith explained.
Coface MOPE - a database on more than 1,800,000 Portugese companies compiles reports including commercial and financial information and a default probability evaluation