What Is The Difference Between Language And A Package?


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ray of light Profile
ray of light answered
Language consists of syntax rules and semantics. It is basically a tool that we use to write a computer program, where as the package is a sort of folder. It is collection of related and pre-defined classes. Packages are mostly used in JAVA language.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Packages have certain limitations (i.e) we can do up to some levels in packages. Eg. Ms.Word  We can type letters, create charts, etc.,  But in languages there is no  limit we can also develop a package using a language
Alishan Samdani Profile
Alishan Samdani answered
During my search I found this online computer related dictionary that has definitions for computer terms. The links below will take you to the definitions of language and package in terms of computers, and I'm sure you'll be able to differentiate.

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