Symbolic Language (programming)
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In computer science, a symbolic language is a language that uses characters or symbols to represent concepts, such as mathematical operations and the entities (or operands) on which these operations are performed.[1]

Modern programming languages use symbols to represent concepts and/or data and are therefore, examples of symbolic languages.[1]

Some programming languages (such as Lisp and Mathematica) make it easy to represent higher-level abstractions as expressions in the language, enabling symbolic programming.[2], [3]

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  1. ^ a b "symbolic language Definition from PC Magazine Encyclopedia". www.pcmag.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Bret Victor, beast of burden". worrydream.com. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Symbolic Programming Visualized--Wolfram Blog". Retrieved .

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