Niklaus Wirth invented Pascal, along with other programming languages.
The Pascal language is used just like any other programming language. In the 70's and 80's, Pascal and Basic were the most common languages taught for beginning programming classes. Pascal is the foundation of the popular Delphi programming language as well as part of the Oxygene language for .NET. Pascal language is easier to read and is not case sensitive, which can add to difficulty in learning programming. It's also easier to debug.
Many programming languages allow programs to be portable from one kind of computer to another, including* the C programming language* Pascal* Forth* C++* Java* Pythonand many others. Yes, the C programming language was designed to encourage machine-independent programming.The C programming language is portable to more CPUs than any other programming language.
Objective Pascal is a member of the Pascal family of programming languages, and is easy to learn for those with a strong Pascal background, therefore. The language supports object oriented solutions with built-in language features, making it a good candidate choice for modern software development. (Note that the disadvantages weigh heavy though. Objective Pascal, and any other Pascal dialects, is little used compared to the mainstream programming languages, and may not include support for the popular .NET platform. Programs written in this language are tied to development tools from a small number of smaller vendors. It is therefore highly questionable whether this choice of language is a sustainable choice for a new development project.)
A true OOP language uses blocks of programming that have data fields and act as objects to accomplish tasks. These objects interact with each other and demonstrate inheritance. OOP languages include Java, C++ and Perl. Structured Programming uses subroutines, blocks, and for and while loops to keep the programming readable. Some structured programming languages are ALGOL and Pascal.
C is a computer programming language. It was developed by Dennis Retchie of America. In this language as its name shows, we make computer programs or software. It is not very hard but easy and understandable then other programming languages. It is also efficient and complete programming language as compare to other languages. In this language our syntax error will be find by the compiler. The compiler also tell us that where is the error in our program. Many more features of this programming language are in its Help directory.
C, C++ and java are a couple. There are still many other programming language.
programming language is just kind of a different language that we use to communicate with other , in same way we use these language to communicate with machine . Programming code is the built in code which is understood by only programmer & the machine
Machine code is a programming language; it is the only language natively understood by the machine. All other languages must be converted to machine code in order to execute.
For one, it never had been standardized, and no big software company (read: IBM) supported it.
They are all modular, structured deals more with processes and object oriented deals with things (objects) and their responsibilities to each other.
procedural programming language is the language where the program instructions are executed line by line.in other words, the instructions are carried on, in the basis of encountered instruction.whereas in the object oriented programming language the instructions are executed on the basis of the objects.the objects are being explained in OOP langauge.
Function which uses other function as part of it programming is known as function interdependent
In programming language, simplicity is one of the primary principles. Other principles include automation, and avoiding arbitrary sequences when possible.
You, as a programmer, can use a string with 1s and and 0s (or any other content) in each and every programming language.
Your question makes no sense. If you wanted to ask if it is possible to write a C-compiler in another programming language, the answer would be yes.
There is no real difference; a scripting language is a programming language like any other. We use the term script to infer a programming language that does not need to be compiled to a lower-level code before running. Generally speaking, a scripting language is usually a high-level, interpreted programming language.
Unlike C++, Pascal is a "safe" language. While it is possible to write incorrect programs, they can't harm more than themselves; they can't get a pointer into some other concurrently executing program and start changing values over there. If you're considering Pascal, take a long hard look at Python or Ruby first. They are modern safe languages, suitable for teaching, which enjoy better support on modern systems than Pascal. They are also freely available.
it would help you logically.. and would simply introduce to you what is programming.. and about coding.. as having knowledge about this turbo pascal.. it is like studying first the logic needed in coding... ^^. Well, this question implies two things. First, the programming language Pascal is good because it is simple and easy to learn, compared to other languages e.g. C or Java. The code written in Pascal is also easy to read. There is less bugs (mistakes) when we write programs in Pascal, again compared to C. Second, the Turbo Pascal (software package) is a good environment for us to conveniently write Pascal programs. There are shortcut keys to compile and run the program. There are tools for debugging (correcting mistakes) in our code, too.
Pseudo-code means something between natural language and actual programming -- so it has nothing to do with C (or any other programming language).
Java is an object-oriented programming (OOP) language, which basically means that you can do more with it than you can do with a language that is not object-oriented.
Web-page designing and C-programming have nothing to do with each other.
C++ (or any other C language) encourages structured programming. I'm not sure if you are asking for an 'object oriented language' rather than structured. If that's the case, any C language or Java would fit the description perfectly.