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LISP is about as high level as you can get, with garbage collection, macros, and more abstractions than most other languages combined.
PHP, likewise, is interpreted, and even it's array datatype is quite a bit above the machine level memory array, supporting dynamic resizing and the like.
It's not about what you consider "low-level" and "high-level." There are definitions for these terms...
Make radius be the result of asking "What is the radius of the circle?"
Make area be 3.1415 times radius to the power of 2.
Make area look nice.
Say "The area of the circle is the value of area."
Other examples include a number guessing game and an "RPG.""
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