Differences between high level programming languange and low level programming language?
At one extreme we have low level languages, they are so called because they are designed for machines to understand. For example, the more low level, the closer to binary language. At the other extreme we have high level languages, designed for humans to interact with the machine in a more abstract way.
Lower level languages translate directly to machine code, like SE for your Intel processor. Higher level languages need to be interpreted by another software language to communicate, they need another layer. C can compile, or translate directly to machine code for your hardware. Python can not compile, and needs to be interpreted by something like CPython to get to machine code level. Higher level languages tend to be more readable and interactive because there is that other language layer between the user and the hardware, and it is not being directly compiled.
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