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There are different factors in programming language such as organisational policy, suitability in terms of features and tools, availability of trained staff, reliability, development and maintenance costs and expandability. Organisational policy:
Companies such as Microsoft or Apple have an organisational policy as to what programs they are going to use. For example Apple industries have a policy to use only Apple software. Suitability in terms of features and tools:
Some programming languages are only designed for certain applications and software. They tend to have unique features and tools which will support those type of applications. Availability of trained staff:
For large companies such as Apple or Microsoft, they tend to hire programmers that has lots of information about programming language. For those who knows more than one programming language, they are very successful in a computer environment, simply because they don't need to be trained, they can just start the work straight away. They know more information and tend to have more knowledge as well, therefore they are more reliable, and it can also reduce the risk of mistakes.
A reliability programming language is a programming language that is more reliable and it is less likely to crash. One example is Apple OS X, the primary programming language for Apple OS X is called Objective-C. Objective-C provides object orientated capabilities and a dynamic runtime, it gives the owner a dynamic typing and binding. Development and maintenance costs:
Development and maintenance costs is very high, therefore companies such as Apple and Microsoft, they won't make mistakes at all, it has to be 100 percent perfect, otherwise their profit will decrease. Over all large companies will hire programmers that has a lot of knowledge, simply because they are more reliable. Expandability:
For a programming company or a game company, they tend to have a large number of programmers that works for them. The main reason for such a large number of programmers to write the program, is to increase the speed of finishing the program or game.
The development and Maintenance
cost for making a bit of programming is the financial Support that will accessible for advancement and after that we should keep up the project too. At the point when being developed we should ensure we have enough spending plan to cover enrolment of staff and afterward having the capacity to buy equipment and programming expected to finish the task.
At that point we will likewise be required to keep up the system when it is use since innovation is continually being upgraded so on the off chance that they need the product overhauled then they come to you for you to update it.
A few languages and programming improvement approaches have a notoriety for having the capacity to make programming frameworks in a shorter timescale than different methodologies. This implies they can give frameworks at a lower expense. For instance, fast application advancement (RAD) is one methodology which utilizes prototyping to accelerate the advancement process. Models are basic adaptations of the system under advancement with restricted usefulness. The models are utilized to pick up client input and create enhanced variants. Just as, a few dialects have a notoriety for being less demanding to keep up. Upkeep can incorporate redesigns, bug fixes and increments to the first program. An organization might, along these lines, pick a specific dialect or improvement approach, since they plan to accomplish lower improvement and support costs.
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