A first-generation programming language (1GL) is a machine-level programming language
-called the world's first computer programmer
-created the world’s first machine algorithm for an early computing machine that existed only on paper.
obligated to deal with very low levels of detail within the computer's hardware to perform relatively common coding tasks.
A syntax error is an error in the source code of a program.
Syntax mean language and error is "bug".
Third-generation languages (3GLs) include common language features such as:
flow constructs (if then),
The code is translated to machine code for the computer to actually execute.
derived from Formula Translation) is a general-purpose, imperative programming language that is especially suited to numeric computation and scientific computing.
common business-oriented language
-Language of Business
invented by Niklaus Wirth
imperative and procedural programming language
Also called "Natural Language"
SQL is the only widely used 4GL in commercial use today. Artificial intelligence languages are also classified as 4GL.