what is the difference between "language" and "syntax?"?

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  • Vamp
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    9 years ago
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    Language is a system of complex communication

    Syntax is a set of rules in a language which govern how words are combined to make grammatical meanings

    The words are similarly defined within programming languages where the syntax is the set of rules that govern the combinations of symbols into what is considered to be correct programmes

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