Machine Language

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Machine Language is the closest a programmer can get to real computer language (which would be binary). It is similar to Assembly Language in that there are codes (or tokens) used to represent a function (or opcode). For instance, AD in machine language is equivalent to LDA (LoaD the Accumulator) in Assembly. There are several software packages available to aid the programmer with machine language (see the list below under Category:Machine_language_instruction).