Matching alphanumeric

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June 29, 2020


I: Introduction

A: Programming is a language of its own. It was designed to make it easier to write instructions for a machine (computer). The simplification of programming is making it easier for people to understand and do what they want with their computers. Like in English we have an alphabet and the letters of the alphabet form words and sentences, we also have numbers and symbols that can be used to communicate with computers.

II: Body

A: Matching alphanumeric

III: Conclusion

I: Introduction

A: Programs written in a high-level programming language such as C++, Java, Fortran, Basic, Lisp etc., are translated into machine code or object code by a special program called a compiler or an interpreter. A computer executes each instruction of the program in sequence. When the program is executed, it’s often referred to as running or executing the program.

II: Body

A: Matching alphanumeric

III: Conclusion

I: Introduction

A: There are a number of different programming languages. Some are still in use today, others have been superseded by better languages, some were never really suitable for any practical use and have been forgotten. Many of these languages have been used for particular purposes, such as writing operating systems, writing compilers for other languages, writing word processors etc. A few general purpose languages have been successful enough to be widely used across many different areas of computing. These include Pascal, Ada, FORTRAN and C++. The most popular language of all is probably the one you’re using right now - BASIC!

II: Body

A: Matching alphanumeric

III: Conclusion

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