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 6/13/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style Evolution of Programming Languages By Jaime L. Bates Axia University of Phoenix Online
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 6/13/09 First Generation Ø First generation languages, are more widely known as “Machine Languages” (Malaga 2005). Ø Machine languages means that every thing is done in code ones and zeros. Ø But each computer has its own code, Mac has one as well as IBM.
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 6/13/09 Second Generation Languages Ø Second generation  languages are less  limited than first  generation but not by  much. Ø This language uses  simple words instead of  ones and zeros. Ø An assembly language is  simple words. Makes  programming easier for  the programmer. (Malaga 2005)
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 6/13/09 Third Generation Languages Ø Third generation languages came about because programmers
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Unformatted text preview: needed a better way to program. Ø These use a special computer program to translate a specific third generation language. (Malaga 2005) Ø The special program were called compilers, and any program that needed a compiler is a 3GL. 6/13/09 Fourth Generation Languages Ø Fourth generation languages are a bit more difficult to master given its written in natural language. Ø People who have little to no programming skills can program using fourth generation. Ø This language uses a structured query language that is easier to use and understand. 6/13/09 Refferences v Malaga, R. A. (2005). Information systems technology. New Jersey: Pearson Education n The pictures came from various sites with clip art and pictures of computers. B Wikipedia...
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  • Spring '09
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  • generation languages, Fourth Generation Languages, Second Generation Languages, Third Generation Languages, subtitle style Axia

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