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Introduction To Computer (Chapter-1) M1-R5.1/CCC
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Low-Level Language

                     A Low-level computer language consists of only 1’s and 0’s. First and Second generation computers were first built using this language. This type of language is easily understood by a computer but it is very difficult for humans to understand this. These Low-level languages are specifically designed to interact with the computer hardware,

Low Level Language is categorized into two types-

  1. Machine level language

  2. Assembly level language

Machine Language:

              Machine level language is a type of Low level language. Machine language is considered to be the oldest computer language. Machine language is developed by only using binary numbers i.e., 0 and 1. So, the instructions or the statements in this language use a sequence of 0’s and 1’s.

Assembly Language:

                 Assembly level language in computer programming has evolved with the advancements in the machine language. Assembly language uses symbols, which are popularly known as mnemonics in computer terminology to write the instructions. So, comparatively writing a program in Assembly language is more understandable to the Human than Machine Language.

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