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Languages Overview

Basic Web Coding
HTML-----The basic web coding language
XHTML-----Next generation HTML
CSS-----Helping format your website

SGML/XML
SQML-----description
XML-----Describe data
XSL-----XML style sheets
XPath-----description
XSLT-----Transform your documents
XSL-FO-----description
XQuery-----description
XLink-----description
XPointer-----description
XForms-----description
DTD-----defines a document type within the document
Schema-----provides a means for defining the structure, content and the semantics of XML documents
SOAP-----protocol for exchanging XML messages over a network
WSDL-----description
RDF-----W3C specification for a metadata model
RSS-----A method of syndication. "Really Simple Syndication"
PGML-----description
CML-----description
MathML-----an application of XML made for writing math algorithms

Client-Side Scripting
Javascript/DHTML-----scripting language with syntax based on C; used for creating interactive websites
VML-----XML Language to produce Vector Graphics
VBscript-----A browser script for Internet Explorer
WMLscript-----description
E4X-----language extension that adds XML support to JavaScript
Actionscript-----language for scripting Macromedia Flash movies and applications
Applescript-----Mac OS scripting interface; coinciding with the GUI

Server-Side Scripting
SSI-----Include all as much as you need
ASP-----A classic...good old JScript and VBscript
ASP (.NET)-----Add some dynamic interactivity to your site
ADO-----Microsoft's method of accessing data
AD0 (.NET)-----The new .NET way of manipulating data
PHP-----The open-source developer's choice
SQL-----Modify your databases to suit your needs
JSP-----Java technology to dynamically generate HTML, XML documents on web request

Fortran and CGI
Fortran-----description
Lisp-----description
Tci-----description
Shell Scripting-----description
Perl-----Use with CGI to create one-of-a-kind websites
Ruby-----description
Python-----description

Computer Programming
Visual Basic (.NET)-----implementation of Visual BASIC for the .NET framework
Java-----derivative of C++ with better syntax, runtime environment and simplified memory management
Visual J# (.NET)-----J++ with limited support for Java features and .NET implementation
C-----standardized imperative programming language
C++-----C with better support for inline standards and boolean types and other minor updates
C#-----for .NET but with syntax greatly related to C++
D-----a more efficient successor to C++
MFC-----description
Delphi-----description
Rexx-----description
Pascal-----description
Forth-----description
QoS-----description
Cobal-----description

Calculator Programming
TI-BASIC-----The basic programming language built into all TI calculators. Varies with 68k and z80 calculators
MLC-----A revolutionary TI-86 language developed by Epic Programming Studios
TIGCC-----A compiler that compiles C programs into 68k assembly programs
Assembly-----assembly-language coding compiled into calculator programs