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On the other side, theoretically every programming language can solve any kind of problem, so one can also be master of a single langue which could solve any kind of problem.
On the basis of this knowledge, suggest whether there should be a single programming language for all programming domain or multiple programming languages. Support your answer with logical reasons.
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A programming language is a tool for humans to express ideas to computers. While we developers have many things in common, there is natural variety in the way our minds work.Because we have many choices of good programming languages, we can select one that “works the way I think”.
i think There is no single language that will work best for every situation.
Language would distinguish between uppercase and lowercase in its identifiers are:
So that variable identifiers may look different than identifiers that are names for constants, such as the convention of using uppercase for constant names and using lowercase for variable names in C.
Concatenated words as names can have their first letter distinguished, as in Total Words. (Some think it is better to include a connector, such as underscore.) The primary reason why a language would not distinguish between uppercase and lowercase in identifiers is it makes programs less readable, because words that look very similar are actually completely different, such as SUM and Sum.
In some languages, a great deal of text is required for even simple complete programs. For example, COBOL is a very wordy language. In Ada, programs require a lot of duplication of declarations. Wordiness is usually considered a disadvantage, because it slows program creation, takes more file space for the source programs, and can cause programs to be more difficult to read.
The use of type declaration statements for simple scalar variables may have very little effect on the readability of programs. If a language has no type declarations at all, it may be an aid to readability, because regardless of where a variable is seen in the program text, its type can be determined without looking elsewhere. Unfortunately, most languages that allow implicitly declared variables also include explicit declarations. In a program in such a language, the declaration of a variable must be found before the reader can determine the type of that variable when it is used in the program.
It Is Not Possible that there should be a single programming language for all programming domain or multiple programming languages.
All Programming Languages have different logical requirements as well as have its own style and that's why it was fun to learn.
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