Where was the basic computer language created?

Answer According to Ultrecht University, the BASIC (Beginner's All Purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) language was created by J. Kemeny and T. Kurtz to help teach programming at Dartmouth College in Hanov... Read More »

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When was the first computer language created?

A pioneer in the development of digital computers, Konrad Zuse designed the first computer language, Plankakul, in Germany in the 1940s, but publication of his language was delayed until 1972 due t... Read More »

What is the computer's basic language?

Computers communicate using a language called machine language, which is expressed in binary numbers. Just as humans use a decimal number system (with 10 numbers, zero through nine), computers use ... Read More »

Who invented BASIC computer language?

John Kemeny and Tom Kurtz of Dartmouth College in New Hampshire invented the BASIC (Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) programming language in 1964. Both were employees of Dartmouth ... Read More »

Who created Visual Basic?

Alan Cooper is "the father of Visual Basic." Cooper states on his company's website that he developed the language to replace an earlier version of a portion of Microsoft Windows. Cooper sold the p... Read More »