History Of Programming Language By – WebNCC

The earliest programming langauge began with binary number system of 0 and 1. The** binary numbers **have

only base 2 that is only 0 and 1 are allowed so it took very large

value to represent even a small number. for example decimal value 16

will be represented in binary with 5 digit number that is 10000. To

overcome this problem, the assembly languages were introduced where one

have to remember the mnemonic codes(MOT) which are punched as input in

computers using punch cards. This mnemonic code is then passed to

assembler to convert in binary. The translator, **assembler **was used which was capable of remembering limited number of opcodes(operation codes). In **8085 microprocessor **there were **256** **opcodes **which could be used Read Full Article…