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The different notations used to communicate algorithms to a computer. A computer executes a sequence of instructions (a program) in order to perform some task. In spite of much written about computers being electronic brains or having artificial intelligence, it is still necessary for humans to convey this sequence of instructions to the computer before the computer can perform the task. The set of instructions and the order in which they have to be performed is known as an algorithm. The result of expressing the algorithm in a programming language is called a program. The process of writing the algorithm using a programming language is called programming, and the person doing this is the programmer.

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C Tutorial
How to start programming with C language.

In 1972, C was developed at Bell Laboratories by Dennis Ritchie.
C is a simple programming language with a relatively simple to understand syntax and few keywords.

C++ Tutorial
Start programming in C++.

C++ is an extension of the C Programming Language. C Programming language was been developed in the Bells Labs in the year 1969-1973. UNIX Operating system was also been developed at the same time.

In the year 1983 Bjarne Stroustrup created the C++ in the Bells Labs.
Visual Basic Tutorial
VB-Visual Basic

VISUAL BASIC is a high level programming language and it evolved from the earlier DOS version called BASIC.

VISUAL BASIC is a events driven and VISUAL Programming Language.

The codes look a bit like English Language and different software companies produced different version of BASIC, such as Microsoft QBASIC, QUICKBASIC, GWBASIC, IBM BASICA and so on.
Data Structures Using C
Data Structures Using C

Here you can know how the data structures are represented in the computer

You can learn about Stacks, Queues, Trees, Graphs, and many more which are related with the data structures.

Here we have used C programming language to demonstrate some examples.
Cobol
COBOL is a third-generation programming language, and one of the oldest programming languages still in active use. Its name is an acronym, for Common Business Oriented Language, defining its primary domain in business, finance, and administrative systems for companies and governments.
Assembly Language
An assembly language is a low-level language for programming computers. It implements a symbolic representation of the numeric machine codes and other constants needed to program a particular CPU architecture.
Mainframe
The term ‘MainFrame’ brings to mind a giant room of electronic parts that is a computer, referring to the original CPU cabinet in a computer of the mid-1960’s. Today, Mainframe refers to a class of ultra-reliable large and medium-scale servers designed for carrier-class and enterprise-class systems operations. Mainframes are costly, due to the support of symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) and dozens of central processors existing within in a single system. Mainframes are highly scalable. Through the addition of clusters, high-speed caches and volumes of memory, they connect to terabyte holding data subsystems.
Forth Programming
Forth is so named because in 1968 "[t]he file holding the interpreter was labeled FORTH, for 4th (next) generation software — but the IBM 1130 operating system restricted file names to 5 characters.
Lisp Programming
LISP stands for LISt Processing Programming and is a functional language based on John McCarthy's work on numerical computation, published in 1960.
Pascal
Pascal is based on the ALGOL programming language and named in honor of the French mathematician and philosopherBlaise Pascal.
Delphi
Delphi uses the language Pascal, a third generation structured language. It is what is called a highly typed language. This romotes a clean, consistent programming style, and, importantly, results in more reliable applications.
Fortran
Fortran is a general purpose programming language, mainly intended for mathematical computations in science applications (e.g. physics). Fortran is an acronym for FORmula TRANslation, and was originally capitalized as FORTRAN.
OOPs
The basis for OOP started in the early 1960s. A breakthrough involving instances and objects was achieved at MIT with the PDP-1, and the first programming language to use objects was Simula 67. It was designed for the purpose of creating simulations, and was developed by Kristen Nygaard and Ole-Johan Dahl in Norway.
Data Warehousing
A data warehouse is a type of computer database that is responsible for collecting and storing the information of a particular organization. The goal of using a data warehouse is to have an efficient way of managing information and analyzing data.
CGI Programming
"CGI" stands for "Common Gateway Interface." CGI is one method by which a web server can obtain data from (or send data to) databases, documents, and other programs, and present that data to viewers via the web. More simply, a CGI is a program intended to be run on the web.
Emacs Tutorial
Emacs has a really nice windowing capability, e.g. allowing you to look at two different parts of a file at the same time.
Gnome
The GNOME libraries are the most high level. GTK+ with it's two parts, GTK and GDK, comes next. GTK level provides an object model for C and a UI toolkit with the basic widgets to provide the generic basis for a GUI. GTK depends on GDK, which is a low-level wrapper around Xlib, the library directly talking to the X server.
ILU
This document is a tutorial on how to use the ILU system with the programming language ANSI C, both as a way of developing software libraries, and as a way of building distributed systems. In an extended example, we'll build an ILU module that implements a simple four-function calculator, capable of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It will signal an error if the user attempts to divide by zero.


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