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Computing Academy GCSE Computer Science

Some high-level

Some high-level languages that you might have heard of or be familiar with include: Name BASIC C# Java Objective-C PHP Python Notes First created in 1964, BASIC was one of the first high-level languages that allowed non-computer scientists to start to program. A modern language developed by Microsoft in 2000. Often used to created computer games. Not to be confused with JavaScript. Java was created by Sun Microsystems in 1995 and later bought by Oracle. It is one of the most popular programming languages in use and allows programs to be compiled and ran on any computer. Developed by Apple in 1983. Although not a new language, it is the main language used by Apple for their desktop and mobile operating systems, OSX and iOS. A popular server-sided (web based) language used to drive many popular websites today including Facebook. Released in 1991, Python is as popular today as it has ever been. Programs written in Python are easy to follow and as such it makes a great first language to learn. These languages do not have a one-to-one correspondence between commands and machine code; one short command in a high-level programming language may represent many machine level instructions. In a high level language such as Python, in order to work out the correct answer to 8 multiplied by 8 we would write: 169

8 * 8 64 If we wanted to perform the same calculation in assembly language, as most assembly languages don’t have a multiply function we would need to add 8 lots of 8 together. It might look like this: ADD 00010000 ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer ADD 00010000 STORE answer This is clearly a much more time consuming job and only works out 8 X 8. Imagine writing a mobile app using assembly language! 170

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