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c-->--assembly-->maching---?

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technically c was made in assembly and c. it''s a bootstrapped language meaning that you build some assembler stuff and then write more of the language in c.

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Machine code, or op codes are loaded by the CPU and translated into a sequence of operations to accomplish whatever it is the op code is supposed to do. These sequences are called micro-code and involve moving data to registers, waiting for operations to complete on external devices, and moving data to main memory.
External devices in this case refers to things such as the ISA, PCI, or AGP bus, as well as the ALU and FPU units.

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it was designed and created by electronic engineers... mainly Intel and amd people. the machine code is the actual transistors ethced in the cpu.

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