General purpose language

A general-purpose language is a computer language
General purpose language
that is generally relevant crosswise application domains
General purpose language
, and mineral deficiency specialised attractor for a specific domain. This is in oppositeness to a domain-specific language
General purpose language
DSL, which is specialized to a specific use domain. The line is not always sharp, as a language may have specialized attractor for a specific arena but be applicable more broadly, or conversely may in generalisation be capableness of wide use but in practice utilised primarily for a specific domain.
General-purpose languages are further subdivided by the kind of language, and include:

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