Computer Language In Computer

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Just as humans use language to communicate, and different regions have different languages, computers also have their own languages that are specific to them.
Different kinds of languages have been developed to perform different types of work on the computer. "A programming language is a computer language which is use by the programmers to develop applications, scripts, or other set of instructions for a computer to execute. Programming languages such as C, C#, Java, Visual Basic are used to develop applications; AIML, Prolog, C, C++ are used for artificial intelligence development, Dbase, FoxPro, MySql, Sql etc. are used for database development; Assembly language, C are used to develop computer device drivers or other
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Low Level Language
Machine language and assembly language are called low level language because they are used to write programs that deal with the low level tasks such as transferring data from memory to disk, or rendering text onto a display. Low level language is machine dependent i.e. a program written for one type of computer does not work on other computers. You need to know the details of a computer rather than problem for which you are writing programs.
Machine Language
The lowest- level programming language. Machine languages are the only languages understood by computers. While easily understood by computers, machine languages are almost impossible for humans to use because they consist entirely of numbers. It is tiresome and error prone to program in machine language. Programmers, therefore, use either a high-level programming language or an assembly language. Every CPU has its own unique machine language. Because machine language is directly understood by computer you don’t need to convert it to run.
• Machine language makes fast and efficient use of the computer.
• It requires no translator to translate the code. It is directly understood by the
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