A programming language is a computer language that programmers can use to develop software programs, APPs, programs, etc.!
Scripts, HTML, ... etc and other automation things, robots, traffic light circuits can be programmed. Applications developed with the programming language can thus be executed on all computers or suitable microprocessors
Although many languages share similarities, each has its own syntax and commands. As soon as you as a programmer have learned the rules and the syntax and structure of the language, you write the source code in a text editor or a development environment. Then, often the programmer compiles the code into machine language that the computer can understand. Scripting languages that do not require a compiler use an interpreter to run the script.
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When you have learned 3 to 4 programming languages you only need a few days or even hours for the fifth, because the essentials in programming are understanding logic and mathematics. There is no difference in programming whether you are programming a screen saver or a big bang simulation, because essentially these are one and the same in terms of programming. To be or not to be!
Based on ones and zeros you can do anything and the possibilities are endless!
FAQ 200: Updated on: 14 October 2020 20:07