Debunking the Myth of High-level Languages
Nice overview of the differences between high level and low level programming languages.
"The definition of a high-level language is a moving target. Languages that were considered high-level when I learned to program are now considered low-level. In general, a programming language provides a midway point between how you think about a program and how a computer executes the program. Languages that are closer to you than to the computer are considered high-level, while others are considered low-level." Debunking the Myth of High-level Languages > What Is a High-Level Language?
(Submitted by Noel Wed Jul 19, 2006 )
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