problem-oriented language

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A programming language whose control structures and (in particular) data structures reflect in some measure the characteristics of a class of problems, e.g. commercial data processing or scientific computation. By contrast, the structures of a machine-oriented language reflect the internal structure of the underlying machine.

Subjects: Computing.

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