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Programming and Technology Languages

Computer programming and coding are becoming more lucrative skills as communication and security is developed alongside technology. This category contains many other sections related to coding and program languages.
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C++

C++, created as an extension of the C language, is very commonly used for developing programs such as browsers, operating systems and more. Standards included in this category go over specifics for the programming language.

Graphics

Standards included in Graphics go into depth on information technology with how computer graphics and image processing are interconnected with programming languages.

Guidelines and Test Methods

This category includes standards that relate to important issues such as avoiding vulnerabilities in programming languages. Other guidance and some test methods are included in this section as well.

Computer Languages

This category contains a wide variety of different programming languages that are used around the world. C++, C, BASIC and Ruby are some of the languages who have standards contained in this section.

SQL

Structured Query Language, or SQL, is an information technology language that can give access and the ability to change or manipulate databases. This category has standards relating to SQL for easier understanding and use.

C

The programming language C is so important for many of the programs people use everyday on their computers. C is used for database systems, network drivers and word processors to name a few. These standards go into the specifics of this language.

Other Languages and Specifics

Other Languages and Specifics includes standards relating to programming languages and their particular uses sometimes within certain fields. The programming languages include Full BASIC, EDDL, Ada and more.

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