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A Beginner’s Guide to Programming Languages With its own language and jargon, programming can seem completely overwhelming and confusing to a newcomer. Well, not only do programmers have their own language, they use several languages, each with its own vocabulary and grammar. The most basic definition of a programming language is a formal language with its own syntax and semantics used to communicate instructions to a machine (in this case, a computer). Some of the most popular languages that programmers use to communicate include both older languages like C and newer languages like Ruby. Here, you can find a high-level overview of some of the more commonly-used languages:
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