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A programming language is a computer language that programmers (software developers) use to communicate with computers. It is a set of instructions written in a particular language (C, C++, Java, Python) to perform a specific task. Programming languages are mainly used to develop desktop applications, websites, and mobile applications.

Our courses allow you to develop your skills in the most common programming languages under the guidance of an experienced software development professional, who will give you tips to learn new things quickly and build your knowledge.

Types of programming language

Programming languages are typically divided into three types. These include low-level programming languages, where the processor runs low-level programs directly without a compiler or interpreter, high-level programming languages, which are designed to make the programmer’s job easier, and intermediate-level programming languages, which are somewhere in between the two.

Low-level programming language

A low-level language is a machine-dependent (ones and zeros) programming language. The processor runs low-level programs directly without a compiler or interpreter, so programs written in low-level languages can be run very quickly.

Low-level languages are further divided into two parts:

  • Machine languages
  • Compiler languages

A machine language is a type of low-level programming language. It is also called a machine language or object language. A machine language is easier to read because it is usually represented in binary or hexadecimal form (base 16). It does not require a compiler to convert programs because computers understand machine language programs directly. The advantage of a machine language is that it helps the programmer to execute programs faster than a high-level programming language.

Assembly language (ASM) is also a type of low-level programming language designed for specific processors. It represents a set of instructions in a symbolic and humanly understandable form. It uses an assembler to convert the assembler into a machine language. The advantage of the assembler language is that it requires less memory and less execution time to run the program.

High-level programming language

High-level programming language (HLL) is used to develop user-friendly software programs and websites. This programming language requires a translator or interpreter to translate the program into machine language (execute the program).

The main advantage of a high-level programming language is that it is easy to read, write and maintain.

High-level programming languages include Python, Java, JavaScript, PHP, C#, C++, Objective C, Cobol, Perl, Pascal, LISP, FORTRAN, and the Swift programming language.

High-level languages are further divided into three parts:

  • Procedurally oriented programming languages
  • Object-oriented programming languages
  • Natural languages

Procedural Oriented Programming (POP) is derived from structured programming and is based on the concept of procedural calls. It divides a program into small procedures called routines or functions.

Procedural programming language is used by a programmer to create a program, which can be implemented using a programming editor such as an IDE, Adobe Dreamweaver, or Microsoft Visual Studio.

The advantage of the POP language is that it allows programmers to easily follow the program’s progress and code can be reused in various parts.

Common POP languages include C, FORTRAN, Basic and Pascal.

Object-oriented programming language (OOP) is based on objects. In this programming language, programs are divided into small parts called objects. It is used to implement real-world entities such as inheritance, polymorphism, abstraction, etc. in a program to ensure reusability, efficiency, and ease of use.

The main advantage of object-oriented programming is that OOP is faster and easier to implement, maintain, modify, and debug. An object-oriented programming language follows a bottom-up approach.

Some of the OOP programming languages used include C++, Java, Python and C#.

Natural language is part of human languages such as English, Russian, German, and Japanese. Machines use it to understand, process and interpret human language. Developers use it for things like translation, automatic summarization, named entity recognition (NER), relation extraction and topic segmentation.

The main advantage of natural language is that it allows users to ask questions on any topic and get a direct answer within seconds.

Intermediate programming language

An intermediate programming language is between a low-level programming language and a high-level programming language. It is also known as an intermediate programming language and a pseudo-language. The advantages of an intermediate programming language are that it supports high-level programming features, it is a user-friendly language, and it is closely related to machine and human languages.

Commonly used intermediate programming languages include C and C++.

Benefits of learning programming language skills

There are many different benefits of knowing programming languages and programming. Software developers are in desperately short supply now, and learning programming also teaches you to be a good problem solver.

Trainings for programming languages

Get to grips with programming languages! Want to learn a new programming language? Or deepen your knowledge of an existing language?

Tieturi’s courses will help you develop your skills in the most common programming languages. You will be taught by an experienced software development professional who will help you learn quickly and build your skills.

Whether you are planning to learn a completely new language or want to deepen your existing knowledge, we can help.