- Title Pages
- Series Foreword
- Introduction, the Stuff of Software
- Class Library
- Code (or, How You Can Write Something Differently)
- Computing Power
- Concurrent Versions System
- Data Visualization
- Object Orientation
- Preferences/settings/options/control panels
- Sonic Algorithm
- Source Code
- System Event Sounds
- Text Virus
- Timeline (sonic)
- About the Contributors
This chapter describes the detailed relationship software and language; it states that software processes the natural language and constructs in programming languages. The chapter explores the in-depth analysis of software implementation languages and software written languages, and provides a discussion on the role of computer control languages, machine languages, common human languages, and different language variants. It concludes with the differentiation between the computer programming languages and coding concepts in the computing sector.
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