What is Digital Language?

What is digital language? The digital language is a special codification created by the human being to interact and communicate with computers in order to generate specific results commanded to each robot throughout the programming language that each one understands. According to this approach, using the digital language is possible to create more specific languages (just as in the case of tongues) that will enable to perform efficiently special tasks.

How does it works?
This language is based in the binary code that transforms any given number into a combination of 1 and 0. This means that each action or each thing that the machine is suppose to do, is codified with a special number. If I press “enter” in the laptop keyboard, the machine will send an electric throb to the computer’s operating system which will interpret that electric pulse as a combination of 0 and 1 or as positive and negative pulses. Then, once the signal is transformed into the binary code, the computer will perform the action that has been registered for that specific codification.
To program the orders that a computer should perform if someone introduces a special combination, hits a special key or makes something like get into an elevator, system developers have created programming languages.

What is it for?
As we see digital language has the property of communicate to the machine a great variety of actions that let us succeed in a wide range of duties from scientific tasks to artistic works and helps us find answers from ordinary problems to very complicated calculations. The digital languages allow us to say the computers “hey! I want to see Mars” and if the robot has the software and the hardware to do so, you will see Mars.
Now days, the digital language has enhanced the boost of the communication all over the world with the introduction and development of Internet. This world wide net has provided an efficient platform for the growth of media channels that interconnect people and let them share information, thoughts, trading and entertainment. Some examples of these new channels are the commercial systems, social networks, the blogging and the micro blogging, the e mail, the chat, among others. Consecuently to the digital language, human interaction has increased and in some aspects has gone better, even though there are some people that state Internet has bring near distant people but has separated close relationships.


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