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machine code

COMPUTER instructions written as a form of zero/one combinations which the computer can execute by activating off/on electrical pulses. All ‘higher level’ computer program languages like BASIC or COBOL have to be translated into machine code for use in a computer.
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The insignificant fact he's on about is the machine language of the computer which is a sort of Yes or No system.
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Unfortunately, the industry has tried to push the Gerber machine language beyond what it was originally intended to convey.
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