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CUT6 3.6

Computers: Understanding Tech 6e 3.6

TermDefinition
machine language A computer programming language consisting of only binary digits (1s and 0s). It is considered a low-level language.
low-level language See machine language.
high-level language A programming language that uses coding that resembles human language, making the language easier for programmers to understand. Examples include Java, BASIC, and COBOL.
compiler A computer programming tool that translates an entire program into machine language once and then saves it in a file that can be reused over and over.
interpreter A computer programming tool or an application that reads, translates, and executes one line of instruction at a time, and identifies errors as they are encountered.
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