How is any programming language encoded into computer chips for a programmer to use?

Question by matterr: How is any programming language encoded into computer chips for a programmer to use?
How is any programming language encoded into computer chips for a programmer to use? I know a little programming (basic c++) but was always wondering, how they embedded these languages into any computer chips or how conversion of binary ( 0101 system) to a more complex language was possible.

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Answer by Pfo
They have circuits like adders (adds numbers together, also performs subtraction), multiplexors, divider circuits, circuits to do comparisons, and circuits to move memory around. That’s basically all it is…. the binary instructions are encoded in 32 bits, and that’s how all the magic happens.

Characters are stored as numbers, these are used to lookup bitmap images (or vector graphics) that represent characters, but it’s all binary, at every level.

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