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re: Both terms are kind of relative, but basically it means the closer to the computer hardware you get the lower you go. So when talking about langu...

Thank you for the detailed and comprehensive explanation! Term demystified :D

Maybe it's a bit of intergenerational tension but I for some reason think of C as "my dad's time" but of course people still use it. It's probably because my dad really hoped I would learn C when I was younger.

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