Advantages of high level languages , Electrical Engineering

Advantages of High  level  Languages

a.It is  easy  to learn  write and debug  the program  written in high  level  languages.

b.Programs are more  legible as compared to machine  language or assembly languages .

c.Programs are portable. Means the program written in HLL may run on different machines  with  little or no change.

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