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Different Generations of Computer Languages by Mind Map: Different Generations of Computer
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Different Generations of Computer Languages

First-Generation Languages

Machine Languages were the first languages available for programming computers.

Consists of a set of commands, represented as a series of 1s and 0s, corresponding to the instruction set that is hardwired into the circuitry of a microprocessor.

Second-Generation Languages

When Assembly Languages were first introduced, they were hailed as a significant improvement over machine languages.

Classified as a low-level language because it is machine specific.

Third-Generation Languages

When high-level languages were originally conceived in the 1950s.

Seemed a major improvement over machine and assembly languages.

Were easy to remember, and could command words.

Fourth-Generation Languages

In 1969, computer scientists began to develop high-level languages.

More closely resembled human languages, or natural languages.

Fifth-Generation Languages

Those that allow programmers to use graphical or visual tools to construct programs, instead of typing lines of codes.

Computer programming language based on declarative programming paradigm.