An assembler language is one that translates directly into machine code without additional compilation. As each statement in C++ might translate to many lines of machine code, it is considered a high-level language, not an assembler language.
x + 2x
Watch carefully, as we translate the words "h plus 3" into actual algebra:h + 3
'plus jamais' 'jamais de nouveau'
x/5 + y/3
It would be easier to manipulate the stack in assembly language rather than C++.
No, C++ is machine-independent because it is a high-level language. Low-level languages like Assembly are machine-dependent languages.
There is no such thing. An "assembler" is a program that converts assembly language code, into machine language. Other programming languages have a "compiler", which is more or less equivalent.
Is 9x plus 5=32 AN EXPRESSION
It is a numerical expression.
The expression you plus 3v is not a real expression. People can say Òyou plus me could go do something.Ó As a question or you plus