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Machine Language ( First Generation Language)

As we have  already discussed that all digital  circuits  can identify  only two  states which  can be specified  by 0 and i hence  microprocessor  also can be instructed only  using  some  combination of 0 and 1 such a language which  comprises of 9 and 1  only is  called machine  language as it is used to instruct a machine initially there  was no alternative than  using  machine  language  as it was the only language  available. Programs were written using machine  language in the early  age of computers.

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