Programming languages - introduction to microprocessors , Electrical Engineering

Programming languages

As we  have seen  the evolution of computer  hardware  similarly  programming  languages also  have their  history  of development from  machine  language  to modern languages like C, C++m JAVA etc.  Various  programming  languages are discussed in detail in followings  sections.

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