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Programming languages require no ambiguity and consistent syntax such that the computer knows exactly what to do for a given line of code.
(a).
Define an ‘object’
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(b).
Outline how ‘div’ operator is different to the ‘/’ operator and give one example where the ‘div’ operator would be more useful
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Programming languages allow for abstraction of problems
(c).
Explain how higher level languages enable abstraction
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(d).
Outline the translation process that occurs before a program in a higher level language can be executed
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