4gls - fourth generations languages, Electrical Engineering

4GLs (Fourth Generations Languages)

These  are called  non procedural  languages May be considered as  advanced HLL. Objects oriented programming  languages and language  with graphical user interface may be kept in this category. In  these language many commonly used  tasks are predefined. User has to  simply  specify the name of that procedure instead of writing many statement as in  case of HLL. Java C+++ are example  of few  object oriented programming  languages. Examples of GU1 based  languages are visual basic visual C++ visual FoxPro  etc. Relational database management  systems  like oracle Sybase SQL  server may also  be kept  in this  category.

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