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#Actualluca-deltodesco

Posted 30 October 2012 - 11:45 AM

Wikipedia is your friend for examples.

At the lowest (reasonable) level, you will have Assembly code.
Slightly higher level you'll have languages like C and Fortran
At a higher, but still low level, you'll have languages like C++ and D
Then higher up, languages like C#, Java
Higher up again you'll get things like Haxe, JS, Python
At probably one of the highest levels, you'll get languages like Prolog, Haskell, Agda


The lower the language is, the more closely it will match the underlying machine architecture, Assembly you're working with mostly individual machine op-codes with a human friendly name. C adds things like named variables, scopes, expressions etc. Once you get to the level of Haskell, you're very well removed from underlying architecture almost all together.

#1luca-deltodesco

Posted 30 October 2012 - 11:43 AM

Wikipedia is your friend for examples.

At the lowest (reasonable) level, you will have Assembly code.
Slightly higher level you'll have languages like C and Fortran
At a higher, but still low level, you'll have languages like C++ and D
Then higher up, languages like C#, Java
Higher up again you'll get things like Haxe, JS, Python
At probably one of the highest levels, you'll get languages like Prolog, Haskell, Agda

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