What is Source code

A source code is a set of statements written in a programming language. A computer can understand the tasks and perform them thanks to a compiler.

The source code dictates the steps to be followed by the machine, while the compiler translates the code into a language the computer can comprehend.

The source code represents the primary stage of writing code, where developers leave readable notes before they later edit and improve the code.

Source code

A source code is a set of statements written in a programming language.

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