Programming Languages

Programming languages, or commonly termed also with computer languages, is a technique of command / instruction standards to govern the computer. This programming language is a set of rules of syntax and semantics are used to define a computer program. This language allows a programmer to specify exactly which data will be processed by a computer, how this data will be stored / transmitted, and precisely what kind of measures to be taken in a variety of situations.

Computers are machines that can carry out a set of basic commands (instruction set). Computers can only be given command consisting of the basic commands. The commands are more complicated (eg, sort a list in alphabetical order) must be translated into a series of basic commands that a computer can understand (the commands that are included in the instruction set computer) which in turn can mennyelesaikan desired task, though executed with some basic operations, not a complicated operation.

Programming language is a notation used to describe the process of computing in a format that can be read by computers and humans. Computing process is generally defined formally using mathematical concepts of Turing Machines. Basically programming language designed to facilitate communication between humans and computers

A programming language is called Turing Complete if it can be used to describe all that can be done computing Turing Machines, which have integer variables and arithmetic operators, assignment statements, sequential statements, selection statements, and statements iteraksi

Here is a list of computer programming languages:

There; ALGOL; Assembly; BASIC; ASP; Comal; Visual Basic; Visual Basic for Applications; VBScript; Batch (MS-DOS); COBOL; UNIX shell scripts; Bourne shell (sh) script; Bourne-Again Shell (bash) script ; Korn shell (ksh) script; C shell (csh) script; C; C + + and C #; Visual C + +; ColdFusion; dBase et al. ; Clipper; Foxbase; FoxPro; Visual FoxPro; Eiffel; FORTRAN; Haskell; Java; JavaScript; JSP; Lisp; Logo; Pascal; Delphi; Perl; Prolog; Python; PHP; Pike; R; REXX; REBOL; RPG; Ruby; Simula; Smalltalk; Scheme; SQL


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