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Digital Literacy Computer Basics Computer Languages Programming Paradigms - Part 2

why on question 4 of the higher(user)/lower(programer) level language section is the name programer used for both?

i found the answer backwards that it would accept. i tried to put a descriptor with corrected answers but i assume you are using some form of carictor # comparing since it said I was wrong that way also. took 4 trys to to figure it out. maybe use client/server or programer/user like i learned many moons ago. Also why did i not see my "Hello Sam" in preview when coded n this lesson.

public class HelloWorld {
  public static void main(String[] args) {

    System.out.println("YOUR TEXT HERE");


1 Answer

Joy Kesten
Joy Kesten
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hi samuel Maynard, are you talking about this question? : " _______ - level (Higher, Lower) programming languages are more programmer friendly than ______ - level (higher, lower) programming languages." Here I'm talking about higher-level languages like Ruby and Python are more friendly to program in than lower-level languages like machine code or assembly.

I'm having trouble understanding your suggesting with the client/server or programmer/user, but I'm happy to hear you out. Could you elaborate?

Also, unfortunately the preview is broken at the moment. Sorry, it should be fixed soon hopefully!

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So the it will be Higher and then lower..