Symbolic language (programming)
In computer science, a symbolic language is a language that uses characters or symbols to represent concepts, such as mathematical operations and the entities (or operands) on which these operations are performed.
Modern programming languages use symbols to represent concepts and/or data and are therefore, examples of symbolic languages.
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