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A high-level language is one in which instructions are meaningful to users, as opposed to being meaningful to machines. Usually such instructions allow performing complex tasks with little effort, though in the world of esoteric languages that description needs a relaxed concept of "little effort".
While in some cases it's hard to tell where to draw the line between high-level and low-level languages, it's sometimes useful to distinguish them.
Pages in category "High-level"
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