Programming Paradigms-Professor Jerry Cain-Lecture 10 of 27 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Computer Programming

Description: Professor Jerry Cain tells us about The lowest level programming paradigms are machine code, which directly represents the instructions (the contents of program memory) as a sequence of numbers, and assembly language where the machine instructions are represented by mnemonics and memory addresses can be given symbolic labels.
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