Hey, if binary machine code is the lowest level coding language and therefore the longest in terms of characters that you'd have to put in in order to reach your desired programming results, which then is the most dense programming language in existence among the popular ones? Meaning, via which coding language can you write a computer program in the shortest amount of characters, unlike binary, where, if I'm not mistaken, you use 8 characters for a single letter output, for example?
Being sloppy doesn't concern me - I know that you are not going to achieve a great level of detail when working with a non-low-level programming language.
TL;DR - Which computer programming language uses the least amount of coding to produce the most amount of program? Which is the opposite of binary machine code?
I apologize if this makes no sense. I am new to this.
Edited by Just_One_Question, 11 August 2017 - 10:05 PM.