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Classification of Programming Languages

Here's a whopping list of existing programming languages. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_programming_languages

Classification of Languages

Technical aspects of languages will consider linguistic structure, expressive features, possibility of efficient implementation, direct support for certain programming models, and similar concerns. Some examples:

  • Machine languages, that are interpreted directly in hardware
  • Assembly languages, that are thin wrappers over a corresponding machine language
  • High-level languages, that are anything machine-independent
  • System languages, that are designed for writing low-level tasks, like memory and process management
  • Scripting languages, that are generally extremely high-level and powerful
  • Domain-specific languages, that are used in highly special-purpose areas only
  • Visual languages, that are non-text based
  • Esoteric languages, that are not really intended to be used, but are very interesting, funny, or educational in some way

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