anonymous
  • anonymous
Is object code only used in high level languages? I know all high level languages must be processed into low level languages like assembly and mechanical, but is object code also considered a low level code or is it just an intermediate between high and low languages?
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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schrodinger
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eSpeX
  • eSpeX
No, objects are only available in a high level language.
anonymous
  • anonymous
does c++ count as high level?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you eSpex! Shadowys I am pretty sure C++ does count as a high level language bc it has to be processed into a low level language before it can run. It can also run on multiple computers making it very portable. Low level languages can only run on one type of computer. The language is already readable by the computer so no processing is needed, but it is very limited and difficult to code. reference: how to think link a computer scientist

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anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm C++ is actually quite intermediate. it's already quite low level like C...though that might be relative. :)

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