High-Level Programming Language

High-Level Programming Language

 

A high-level programming language is a language that is designed to be easily understood by humans and is closer to the language that people use than machine language.

This type of programming makes writing code more manageable for developers. Apps built using high-level programming are also easier to update and improve. Additionally, high-level languages are more abstracted from the hardware architecture, making programming on different platforms and devices possible.

High-level languages simplify development in such a way that it allows developers to focus on solving problems rather than dealing with intricate hardware details. They often come with built-in libraries, extensive frameworks, and other features that enhance productivity.

 

High-level language development tools

The majority of tools use to build apps these days use high-level language, such as Python, Java, C++, JavaScript, Kotlin, and Swift.

 

High-level language use cases vs. low-level language use cases

While high-level languages are prevalent, there are situations where low-level languages are still used, such as in systems programming, embedded systems, and areas where fine control over hardware is critical. However, for most application development, high-level languages are the preferred choice due to their ease of use and the productivity benefits they offer.

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