Difference between revisions of "Computer programming"

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("self-explanatory" is somewhat elitist. LaTeX may be considered programming only under the most broadest definition of programming that includes markup languages like html. either way, uninformative)
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The phrase computer programming is quite self-explanatory. A computer programmer is someone who sends instructions to a computer using some language or the other. Even when you are typing out latex commands, you are essentially programming.
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Computer programming is the act of sending instructions to a computer using a programming language.  The format of these instructions depends on the language in question, and oftentimes, programs are converted multiple times before being executed by the computer hardware.
  
 
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Revision as of 01:42, 4 October 2007

Computer programming is the act of sending instructions to a computer using a programming language. The format of these instructions depends on the language in question, and oftentimes, programs are converted multiple times before being executed by the computer hardware.

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