Difference Between Compiled and Interpreted Language

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Difference Between Compiled and Interpreted Language

What is Compiled Language?
A compiled language is a programming language which are generally compiled and not interpreted. It is one where the program, once compiled, is expressed in the instructions of the target machine; this machine code is undecipherable by humans. Types of compiled language – C, C++, C#, CLEO, COBOL, etc.


What is Interpreted Language?
An interpreted language is a programming language which are generally interpreted, without compiling a program into machine instructions. It is one where the instructions are not directly executed by the target machine, but instead read and executed by some other program. Interpreted language ranges – JavaScript, Perl, Python, BASIC, etc.


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