High-Level Languages

High-level languages are a major advancement in programming languages. High-level languages are much easier to use than assembly or machine languages, because they are designed to use a more English-like syntax. Some examples of high-level language statements are: (a) total = 1 + 3, and (b) name = “Ken”. High-level languages promote platform independency, i.e.,… Continue reading “High-Level Languages”

Assembly Language

Assembly language is slightly more advanced than machine language, and it simplifies a programmer’s job by implementing the use of mnemonics, instead of 0s and 1s. Mnemonics are memory aids which serve as alphabetic abbreviations for computer instructions. There are a few mnemonics which are common amongst various assembly languages. ADD, and MUL, are a… Continue reading “Assembly Language”