What are high level and low level languages?
A high-level language (HLL) is a programming language such as C, FORTRAN, or Pascal that enables a programmer to write programs that are more or less independent of a particular type of computer. In contrast, assembly languages are considered low-level because they are very close to machine languages.
What are the 4 types of programming language?
Originally Answered: What are the 4 types of programming languages? Java, C++, and the Dot-Net Stack. They tend to be object-oriented, type safe, and battle-hardened.
Which is used for low level or machine level programming?
A compiler or interpreter is used to convert a program written in a low level language to machine code. A low level programming language is architecture specific, unlike high level languages which are portable across platforms.
Is C++ a low level language?
C++ is not a high level language, it is a ‘systems language’ just like C. They are both middle level languages, despite C++ having vastly more complex syntax than C. Low level language is assembler, there is a near 1 to 1 correspondence of code to processor behaviour.