Low level programming
Machine code (MC) is the executable instruction code provided by all running computer system programs and applications. MC language is a low-level code interpreted and converted from high-level source code and understood only by the machine. Machine code is transported to the system processor when a specific task, application or program executes even the smallest process.
Machine code is also known as machine language (ML).
Low-level languages are designed to operate and handle the entire hardware and instructions set architecture of a computer directly.
Low-level languages are considered to be closer to computers. In other words, their prime function is to operate, manage and manipulate the computing hardware and components. Programs and applications written in low-level language are directly executable on the computing hardware without any interpretation or translation.
Machine language and assembly language are popular examples of low level languages.
An assembly language is a low-level programming language for microprocessors and other programmable devices. It is not just a single language, but rather a group of languages. Assembly language implements a symbolic representation of the machine code needed to program a given CPU architecture.
Low-level language is a programming language that deals with a computer's hardware components and constraints. It has no or a minute level of abstraction in reference to a computer and works to manage a computer's operational semantics.
Low-level language may also be referred to as a computer’s native language.
Fast to run and need no specific translator.
They are simple and machines can understand it.
The programmer has unlimited access to the workings of a computer system.
Low level languages are related to hardware.
It is almost impossible to find and correct errors.
Difficult to program.
High level Programming.
Examples of high level programming languages are: Ada, Algol, BASIC, COBOL, C, C++, FORTRAN, LISP, Pascal, and Prolog.
IDE – IDE stands for “Integrated drive electronics”. An IDE is an application used to create software. It can often support different languages. They have a number of different tools and functions that assist a developer in the creation of software.
Bracket matching: Allows code to be read and understood more quickly
High-level language is a computer programming language that isn't limited by the computer, designed for a specific job, and is easier to understand. It is more like human language and less like machine language. However, for a computer to understand and run a program created with a high-level language, it must be compiled into machine language.
Differences between high level and low level: High level language is easier for people to understand, because the English language is included in it whereas in low level language it only uses computer language, which is numbers (binary).
Doesn't create an independent final set of source code, so is much slower to execute than complied code
It translates instruction by instruction. For example it could be used for a CPU.
Programming: The process of writing computer programs
Compiler: A compiler is a computer program that translates code written in a high level language to a lower level language, object/machine code.
Translator: A translator is a computer program that performs, well, the translation of a program written in a given programming language into a functionally equivalent program in a different computer language, without losing the functional or logical structure of the original code
CPU: Central processing unit, the brains of the computer.