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July 20, 2016

What is cobra?

Programming languages are used to communicate commands to a computer.

By Alexander Sword

Cobra is a high-level, object-oriented programming language used for general programming purposes.

Programming languages are used to create programmes to control the behaviour of the computer or express algorithms.

Cobra differs from other programming languages such as Python, C# and Ruby.

Its main selling points are quick, expressive coding, fast execution, static and dynamic binding and language level support for quality.

Unlike other programming languages such as Objective-C, Boo, Python, Ruby, Smalltalk, C#, Java, C++, which fulfill some of these functions, Cobra’s unique benefit is that it combines all of them into a single language.

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