First-generation languageA first-generation programming language is a machine-level programming language. It consists of 1s and 0s.
Originally, no translator was used to compile or assemble the first-generation language. The first-generation programming instructions were entered through the front panel switches of the computer system.
The feature of the language is: it runs very fast and efficiently, but it's hard to learn or edit, and if you want it to run correctly in another computer, you have to rewrite it again(according to the code of the two computers).
- second-generation language
- third-generation language
- fourth-generation language