What was the first programming language?

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. There are many programming languages in the world, but if you’ve ever wondered what the first software program was? If not, here is a blog post about it.

The first programming language is Fortran

Fortran (short for Formula Translation) was created in 1957 by John Backus and is probably the oldest programming language still in existence today. It’s made to do difficult statistical, quantitative, and theoretical tasks.

Fascinating facts about Fortran

The Fortran programming language is still widely used in a variety of science and engineering fields, and it continues to play an important role in many NASA programmes.

Both Python and Fortran are easy to comprehend. Since Python is more commonly used, and Fortran is currently considered a “speciality” language for numerical computation, it’s possibly easier to find good Python learning materials than good Fortran learning materials.

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Sudais Ahmed

Good day, everybody! My name is Sudais, and I'm in year 6 with my friends Rafaan and Shayaan. I'd love to make cool content for you guys.

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