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High Level Language ( third Generation Language )

The difficulties of low  level  languages are overcome  by high  level languages. In  assembly  language  mnemonics  were used for  each  statement  of machine  language.  Since  a translator was required to convert an assembly language program  to machine  language  better  translators were   designed for HLL. In high  level  language  we  write  program using.  English like words   instead of mnemonics. The instructions of HLL are called  statements. One statement  of HLL may be  equivalent to many  machine code  instructions. Many  language  are available  in the software  market. The example of few high level  languages are FORTRAN, COBOL PASCAL BASIC C etc, two  type of translators are  used in high  level  language called  interpreter and compiler.

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