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Study on the Levels and Generations of Language Programming | Original Article

Amarnath Awasthi*, in International Journal of Information Technology and Management | IT & Management


Computer programmers use programming dialects to create programs. These programming dialects were created over time using the faster dialects called Unique Jergon, which used machine code to program the personal computer this dates back to 1940-1950. This language is known as a low-level language. The accompanying advance was the second language of 1950-58, which used low-level figurative constructions to handle the rules of machine language. These were later modified into machine code by a construction specialist. That language was a low language at the time. Until then, the dialects of the third period, which are at least called irrefutable programming dialects like C, Pascal, FORTRAN and COBOL, can be followed until 1958-85. These dialects were easier to use, as the processing and machine code were developed at a low level and helped improve quality and productivity. Compilers and interpreters are used to translate the rules from a global language into machine language. Also available for the fourth time are the dialects from 1985. These dialects combine report generators to reduce programming effort. The programming dialects of the fifth period from 1990 are used mainly in the field of artificial consciousness Each period of the programming language has its own characteristics, and the newer dialects are better than the more established ones.