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Old 04-04-2005, 03:53 PM   #1
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Default C++ And C+?

What is meant by the term c+ and c++, i don't know what they mean at all. To me they just look like letters and symbols lol.
Could sum1 give me some definitions of what the following are and what they do:

asp programming
php programming

If anyone could give me a definition of what these things do and involve then that'd be much appreciated as i'm trying to learn more about programming!!

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Old 04-04-2005, 04:00 PM   #2
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C++ is the main programing language. I rec. You learn it.
C+- dosn't exist.
The other two are internet realted code.

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C++ is the Main Application Programming Language.

ASP is old now; poeple who use it generally have moved onto ASP.NET 1.1 or 2.0 (which is currently in Beta). PHP is the Open-Source version of the ASP which is basically a programming language which takes from the Web Language in its own way and pumps out HTML that any Browser will read. PHP is very much like a Programming Language with HTML purely as Templates to put the Code into. ASP.NET is a great deal like that too except that ASP.NET uses a Framework and a whole host ot pre-made customisable things which can be put in with so much less code if you want.
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