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High Level Language

As the generation in programming increased, the structure of the then written programs need to be easily understood, and at the same time easy to develop, write, debug, and efficient. So, a concept of high level programming language was introduced where programs were written in English like structure. Instructions written …

Assembly Language

Assembly programming language is a language closer to what machines can understand. Assembly language is an example of low level language. In an assembly language, each machine language instruction is assigned a code. So, instead of having to remember a string of 0’s and 1’s, the programmer would only need …

Low Level Language

Low Level Language Low Level Language is a language which is closer to what computer understands. It is closer to machine language. The instructions in low level language are converted into a single machine instruction. The programmers must be familiar with the instruction sets, available set of register and the …

Programming Concept

A computer is just a machine until some instruction is not assigned to function. To run a computer there is a bunch …