How do computers read code?

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When you first learned to write code, you probably realized that computers don't really have any common sense. You need to tell a computer exactly what you want. But do you know about all the work the computer does to understand what you mean?

0:00 Intro - Where You've Seen Compilers
1:25 Source Code vs. Machine Code
3:38 Translating Source Code to Machine Code
9:05 How Compilers Make Things Easier
10:39 Outro - The Story of Automation


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Crash Course Computer Science:


Building the Bits and Qubits



Tools used:
gdb
gcc


Monospaced font:
Menlo-Regular


Images and other visuals:

The IDE in the intro:
Eclipse

Python scripting:
IDLE

Source code distribution example:
Apache httpd on GitHub

Executable distribution examples:
Audacity
VLC media player
Blender

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Early computers:



Complex history of computer languages:


Montage:
Sublime Text
IntelliJ IDEA

IntelliJ IDEA

Print "Hello, world!" command:
Python shell


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YouTube audio library:
Sunflower

Incompetech:
Call to Adventure
If I Had a Chicken

Premium Beat:
Cutting Edge Technology
Second Time Around


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