P-Value [ˈpiː-ˈvæljuː]: Probability of your data points, if your hypothesis weren’t true. The p-value is the typical measure of choice to test a hypothesis and is widely used in all empirical sciences.Read More
Programming language [ˈproʊ.ɡræm.ɪŋ ˈlæŋ.ɡwɪdʒ]: a coded language to write instructions a computer can understand and execute.
The most basic programming language is the binary machine language the computer interprets without any translator. It is referred as a low-level language and you may call it the native language of a computer.