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How does a computer's hardware understand it's base code in the first place?
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How does a computer's hardware understand it's base code in the first place?


So I am a computer programmer, and I'm planning on creating a mobile device by creating the hardware and building a custom circuit board for it.

I haven't done too much research yet, but how does a computer's hardware understand it's base programming language in the first place?

How can a computer's hardware read code and understand what it means?


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02-10-2010 04:07 PM
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Im not sure I understand you completely, but, the hardware has to have sofware with drivers to tell it what to do. The hardware will not perform if it does not get directions. Sounds like fun there. Enjoy.


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RE: How does a computer's hardware understand it's base code in the first place?

As being a computer programmer you must first have a knowledge on understanding computer language. You need to show the direction to make hardware run the program.

06-21-2010 06:30 AM
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