LC-3 is a historical programming language created in 2003. Little Computer 3, or LC-3, is a type of computer educational programming language, an assembly language, which is a type of low-level programming language. It features a relatively simple instruction set, but can be used to write moderately complex assembly programs, and is a theoretically viable target for a C compiler. The language is less complex than x86 assembly but has many features similar to those in more complex languages. Read more on Wikipedia...
- LC-3 ranks in the top 50% of languages
- the LC-3 wikipedia page
- LC-3 first appeared in 2003
- See also: assembly-language, c, x86-isa, ascii
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Last updated October 20th, 2019