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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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can be extended by using the object language bindings and query language
Smalltalk is fast becoming the object language of choice for corporate IS departments developing client/server applications," said Dym.
The ObjectPro Object Language contains built-in constructs for iteration, assignment, evaluation and basic operations, and is extensible with libraries.
In this essay the author argues for a constructivist account of the entities composing the object languages of Davidsonian truth theories and a quotational account of the reference from metalinguistic expressions to interpreted utterances.
The ACC's extensive experience with the development of OMT, as well as with Booch and Objectory, can help clients really take advantage of the unification of object languages," added the ACC's chief of methodology, Michael Jesse Chonoles.
6, 1997 press release entitled, "POET SQL Object Factory Provides Transparent Gateway Between Object Languages and Relational Databases").
By the same token, ParcPlace-Digitalk is wisely moving beyond the holy war of object languages to help solve the complex development issues its customers face today by offering a comprehensive environment for the development and deployment of enterprise applications.