Programming language

Programming language,

Definition of Programming language:

  1. A system of precisely defined symbols and rules devised for writing computer programs.

  2. Coded language used by programmers to write instructions that a computer can understand to do what the programmer (or the computer user) wants. The most basic (called low-level) computer language is the machine language that uses binary (1 and 0) code which a computer can run (execute) very fast without using any translator or interpreter program, but is tedious and complex. The high-level languages (such as Basic, C, Java) are much simpler (more English-like) to use but need to use another program (a compiler or an interpreter) to convert the high-level code into the machine code, and are therefore slower. There are dozens of programming languages and new ones are being continuously developed. Also called computer language.

How to use Programming language in a sentence?

  1. The programming language preferred was a fifth generation language that our company had never used in a professional context so we were happy to try it.
  2. If you have someone in your office that is good with programming language they can come up with new ways to save you time.
  3. I could not work on that certain computer because I did not know the programming language , or how to use it.

Meaning of Programming language & Programming language Definition