Sunday, July 26, 2009

Different Programming Languages

¯ PL/ 1 (Programming Language 1)
It is a business and scientific language, suitable for batch Processing and terminal usage. Design to include the best features of FORTRAN and COBOL.

¯ R.P.G. (Report Programming Generator)
R.P.G. is more of a system of preparing reports than a true language. It is widely used on mini and main frame to prepare business reports, accounts receivable, inventory listing, statement acts. R.P.G. is one of the easiest languages to learn.

¯ BASIC (Beginners All- purpose Symbolic Instruction Code)
It is designed for easy data input, output and offers editing features.

APL is one of the most powerful interactive languages yet developed.

It embodies the principles of structured programming long advocated by computer programming teachers and is a very powerful language.

¯ C Language
The C programming language is one of the “smallest” programming languages. C is the one of the most flexible and versatile of all programming languages. It is being used to develop operating systems, business applications,
text processing, database applications and spreadsheets.

¯ C++ Language
C++ was developed from the C programming language and, with few exceptions retrains as a subset. It is one of the recently developed languages supporting the new style of object oriented program designing.

¯ LISP (LIST Processing)
The language has become widely used fore computer science research, most prominently in the area of artificial intelligence.

¯ PROLOG (PROgram LOGic)
PROLOG is another language that has been used for artificial intelligence applications.

¯ Small Talk
Small Talk was developed at Xerox’s Palo Alto Research Center and implemented with the help of Alan Kay. It is an object oriented language used of Xerox’s original graphical windows systems.

¯ HTML (HyperText Mark up Language)
HTML is a text based mark up language that provides the understanding pinning for one of the most exiting information search and navigation environment called World Wide Web.
It is a way representing text and linking that text to other kinds of resources- including sound files, graphics files and multimedia files.
HTML can be considered as a text file that contains 2 kinds of text.
i. The content -Text or information for display or playback on the
Screen speakers
ii. The markup -Text or information to control the display or to
point to other.
Information on items in need of display

Most of the Java code will be implemented in browser based applets, the user must be running a browser that support Java called a “Java enable browser” such as Netscape navigator.

¯ Visual Basic
With visual basic Graphical User Interface (GUI) you can design screen presentations and menus using built in controls and tables. The GUI facilitates importing screen presentations, graphics and data from other applications.

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