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Are there any things which today's programming language can't solve or do?

So, we can do a hell lot of things with programming languages. Then, are these languages not capable of doing some/more tasks which are hypothetically possible like simulating 4D,etc...?

5th Apr 2021, 3:47 PM
Shikaki Van D Wolfgang Sebastian
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well for starters it cant solve problems with infinitely huge numbers. Infinite time maybe, infinite space probably not. And well do stuff in the physical world (yeah robots but thats a machine not programming language)
5th Apr 2021, 3:50 PM
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Not gonna write so long because it's bedtime(GMT+05:30) In short you can't do physical activities.
5th Apr 2021, 3:58 PM
Scarlet Witch
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There is a class of "uncomputable numbers" that cannot be computed by a (finite) computer program. Most numbers are uncomputable in fact. Even though it has infinitely many digits, π=3.141... for example is computable, since we can come up with a 5 lines of code program that would print out all the digits, given infinite time. It's kind of cool that we know a few digits of some of the more famous uncomputables, don't ask me how that would even work. By extension, there are infintitely many problems that a computer cannot and will never be able to solve.
5th Apr 2021, 11:31 PM
Schindlabua - avatar