I'm sure @rainmotorsports was just pulling your leg. I know very few people that can code in machine code, otherwise known as assembly code. Which is a misnomer to begin with since machine code is the actual digital code and assembly code is the human readable version of the machine code.
Most people use either an interpreted language, such as PHP, Basic or .NET. Or they use a language that can be compiled directly to machine code like C++.
This is a sample of assembly code that pops up a Windows MessageBox direct from the Intel I7 manuals..
extrn ExitProcess: PROC ; external functions in system libraries
extrn MessageBoxA: PROC
caption db '64-bit hello!', 0
message db 'Hello World!', 0
sub rsp,28h ; shadow space, aligns stack
mov rcx, 0 ; hWnd = HWND_DESKTOP
lea rdx, message ; LPCSTR lpText
lea r8, caption ; LPCSTR lpCaption
mov r9d, 0 ; uType = MB_OK
call MessageBoxA ; call MessageBox API function
mov ecx, eax ; uExitCode = MessageBox(...)