The objective of this project is to design a programing language by using basic common qualities from two different programing languages. This presentation should illustrate the features of the various programing languages currently used in the industry and this common capabilities. The constant of this experiment is the comparison and use object oriented programing languages. After analysis create a programing language with the same structures and variables. Further define the classes of the language such as its attributes and characteristics. The language executed basic algorithmic solutions. Therefore when I created controls and data structures also finding means to express algorithms I was able to create a programing language. The variables in this projects were the stored values such as strings and integers. If I was to do this experiment in the future or expand on this experiment I would define and organize my experimental data structures differently.
A programming language is an artificial language which gives instruction that is carried out by a computer. The researcher chose this project to understand and learn about Programming language design, structure and computer software development. The researcher wanted to find out how object oriented programing languages work, their processing, how they are designed to complete tasks and how they affect the software development. In his investigation, he researched the basic common qualities of an object oriented programs and how they were developed. Therefore if he created controls and data structures also finding means to express algorithms he will be able to create a programing language.
All computers operate by following machine code that is addressed to computer hardware and is written in binary notation also known as binary code. which are series of 1 and 0. This is the first generation programming strings, called machine languages, requires the writing of long strings of binary numbers to represent such operations as "add,""subtract,""and compare." Later improvements allowed octal, decimal, or hexadecimal representation of the binary strings. Second generation languages were introduced, they simply use mnemonics such as A for "add" or M for "multiply," which are translated into machine language by a computer program called an assembler. The assembler then turns that program into a machine language program. The resulting machine language programs, however, are specific to one type of computer and will usually not run on a computer with a different type of central processing unit or CPU. Furthermore code is then fed into a Compiler or interpreter depending on the programming language and is converted into machine language.
To complete the experiment you will need the following materials. Computer with Internet access, Printer and a Typical office/hobby/hardware/craft supplies (paper, poster board, glue, etc. Standard computer programming software In my experiment I first read overview of...