Generations Of Programming Languages

I know about a programming language called Informix 4GL. I understand that it is of 4th generation. I wonder if we have other programming languages of other generations like 3GL or 6GL. And how do we put assembly languages or object oriented programming languages into the picture? Thanks a lot.
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I would argue that VB is a 4GL, and not a 5GL as said in that 2nd link... ;-)
Depends on what definition you will adopt for 5GL. This varies a bit between different sources.
If we go with the ones from wiki - yep - it is not.
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