Heich-level programmin leid

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In computer science, a heich-level programmin leid is a programmin leid wey strang abstraction fae the details o the computer. Compare't tae low-level programming leids, it mey use element o human leids an automate (or even halely hide) significant pairts o computin systems (for example, the management o memory). These features can mak the process o developing a program simpler and easier tae unnerstaund than whan uising a lower-level leid. This 'abstraction' aften alous saftware ingineers tae manage mair complicatit system than they itherweys micht be able tae. The amoont o abstraction providit contributes tae hou "high-level" a programming leid is thoucht tae be.[1]

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