How do computers read code?

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When you first learned to write code, you probably realized that computers don't really have any common sense. You need to tell a computer exactly what you want. But do you know about all the work the computer does to understand what you mean?
Coding, or sometimes called computer coding, is the way we communicate with computers. The code tells a computer what actions to take.
Writing a code is like creating a set of instructions. When we write the code, we tell the computer what to do or how to behave in a much faster way.
So, basically, computers read what we write. Watch the video to find out exactly how they read what we write.

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