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What do you mean by fourth generation languages?

Ans. In computing, a type of programming language designed for the rapid programming of applications but often lacking the ability to control the individual parts of the computer. Such a language typically provides easy ways of designing screens and reports, and of using databases. Fourth-generation languages are programming languages closer to human languages.

The other four generations of computer languages are:
First generation: machine language.
Second generation: assembly language.
Third generation: high-level programming languages, such as C, C++, and Java.
Fifth generation: languages used for artificial intelligence and neural networks.


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