machine language

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machine language

A set of instructions written in symbols and graphic representations in a logical language understood by computers; it is flexible but error-prone, requiring advanced skill to write computer progams in it.
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Raising the design abstraction to high-level languages such as C empowers software programmers to implement and accelerate their designs in programmable hardware.
Over the past decade, modern defense systems have created large and sophisticated bodies of software in a variety of high-level languages, including Ada and C++," said Robert Dewar, president of AdaCore.
The use of high-level modeling in the embedded world allows embedded application developers to focus on the application rather than the deployment hardware by raising the development abstraction level above the traditional high-level languages.

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