Disadvantages - high level languages, Electrical Engineering

Disadvantage - High  level  Languages

a.Computational time is more as compared to  machine languages.

b.Requires more  memory.

c.Requires the knowledge of specific rules syntax and programming techniques  for any particular  high level  language.

d. More  hardware  and software  support  is required.

e. Additional cost is  required for the  complier.

 

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