May 16th, 2002, 11:11 PM
questions bout high and low level langs
hey ive had a few ppl ask me bout the diff between high and low level languages.
this is juts a quick post, for all those who care.
high level languages are designed to represent english words, eg, next, print etc, to make it easier for the user to understand. examples of HL languages are basic, c, c++ etc
low level languages are typically assembly where you are dealing wiht machine code and hex, e.g 10001000, examples of LL languages are Assembly, and i dont know ne more, lol
u can do a low level format in msdos, but i have only ever knew of 4 ppl out of 12 to manage it, but it allows no room for error if ur one sector out the "head" on the drive will plummet off the disk killing it indefinetly.