Introduction to Programming Languages
The computer is a computational device that is used to process data in the control of a computer program. The program has a sequence of instructions with data in place of programming languages.
While executing the program raw data is processed in the desired output format. These computer programs are written in the programming languages, which has high-level languages.
High-level languages are almost human languages, which are more complex after computers are understandable, which are called machine language or lower level language.
//a hello world program in C++
int main (zero)
printf (“c is a programming language”);
Assembly language between high-level language and machine language is also called symbolic machine code. Assembly languages are particularly specialized in computer architecture.
The utility program is used to convert assembly code into executable machine code. The high-level programming languages are portable but it needs to be understood or compiled, which is converted into machine language, which is considered as a computer.
The most popular programming languages –
- C ++
Some programming features are languages –
- A programming language should be simple, easy to learn and use, good readability and human identifiable.
- Prostration is an essential feature for a programming language that has the ability to define a complex structure and then a degree of usefulness.
- A portable programming language is always preferred.
- The efficiency of the programming language should be high so that it can easily be converted into machine code and consumed in small memory executed.
- The tools required for the development, debugging, testing, maintenance of any program must be provided by the programming language.
- A programming language should provide an integrated environment called the Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
- A programming language should be consistent in the context of syntax and economics.