Machine language— language written at the primitive level of binary arithmetic. It was the first generation of computer language and was tedious and error-prone.
Category: Management Information System
Share it: Cite
Previous: ← Nonprocedural language
Next: Assembly language →
More from this Section
- Direct-access storage
Direct-access storage, also known as random access, is a type of secondary storage in ...
- Define, create, and organize a database
Define, create, and organize a database mean establish the logical relationships among ...
- Nonprocedural language
Nonprocedural language is a kind of computer programming language that focuses on what ...
- Local Bus
Local Bus gives peripherals direct access to the PCs CPU rather than having their signals ...
File refers to collection of records of the same type grouped together. ...