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What is Assembly Language?

Assembly Language is at times termed as Assembly programs or abbreviated as ASM which is a low-level computer language where the commands are more close to machine level language and equally understandable to human also.

    What is Interpreter?

    The interpreter can be termed as system software which has the capability to read and execute the program, rather you can say interpret programs. This interpretation includes the source code of high-level language, programs that are pre-compiled as well as scripts.

      What is Compiler?

      A compiler is system software (a set of a computer program) that converts source code written in a programming language (source language, usually HLL) into another computer language (target language).

        Difference between Compiler and Interpreter

        Both Compiler and Interpreter work to convert high-level language to machine understandable code and then back to high-level code, but there are some differences in their working.

          What is Inheritance?

          The technique of deriving a new class from an old one is called inheritance. The old class is referred to as base class and the new class is referred to as derived class or sub class.

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