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Programming lang Is C++ a programming language?

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Yes it is...

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do not use spend a lot of time using social networking sites. It will save a good amount of your time.

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How to program


Please be specific about WHAT do you want to program. do you want to learn a programming language?
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What is the advantages of visual basic 6.0?


1) It's simple language. Things that may be difficult to program with other language can be done in Visual Basic very easily.
2) Because Visual Basic is so popular, There are many good resources (Books, Web sites, News groups and more) that can help you learn the language. You can find the answers to your programming problems much more easily than other programming languages.
3) You can find many tools (Sharewares and Freewares) on the internet that will Spare you some programming time.
For example, if you want to ping a user over the internet in your program, Instead of writing the ping function yourself, you can download a control that does it, and use it in your program.

Compare to other languages, Visual Basic have the widest variety of tools that you can download on the internet and use in your programs.

May 01, 2014 | Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 for PC

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What is the advantage of visual basic 6.0?


The advantages of Visual Basic: 1) It's simple language. Things that may be difficult to program with other language can be done in Visual Basic very easily. 2) Because Visual Basic is so popular, There are many good resources (Books, Web sites, News groups and more) that can help you learn the language. You can find the answers to your programming problems much more easily than other programming languages. 3) You can find many tools (Sharewares and Freewares) on the internet that will Spare you some programming time. For example, if you want to ping a user over the internet in your program, Instead of writing the ping function yourself, you can download a control that does it, and use it in your program. Compare to other languages, Visual Basic have the widest variety of tools that you can download on the internet and use in your programs.

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What is java programming language?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java_(programming_language)
In order to understand the difference between high-level programming languages and lower level languages you might have to have a deeper knowledge of computers than you currently have, although I can try to the best of my ability to explain it simply.
Lower level programming languages are more directly related to the actual machine language that the computer ends up reading in the end. Higher level programming languages are less representative of the actual machine code, and as a result may require either a more advanced compiler or may require being compiled several times. Generally higher-level programming languages are easier for the user to write in than lower-level languages.

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Code for method parseInt() in java


parseInt(java.lang.String, int)

This code takes two arguments, a string constructor from the Java language and an integer. Its purpose is to parse (meaning de-construct or disassemble into component parts) one data type into another.

Here is an example of a Java program to specify and print out the dimensions of a rectangle, taken from the page http://www.roseindia.net/java/beginners/entervaluesfromkeyboard.shtml:

class Rectangle{
int length, breadth;
void show(int x, int y){
length = x;
breadth = y;
}
int calculate(){
return(length * breadth);
}
}
public class EnterValuesFromKeyboard{
public static void main(String[] args) {
Rectangle rectangle = new Rectangle();
int a = Integer.parseInt(args[0]);
int b = Integer.parseInt(args[1]);
rectangle.show(a, b);
System.out.println(" you have entered these values : " + a + " and " + b);
int area = rectangle.calculate();
System.out.println(" area of a rectange is : " + area);
}
}

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How can i develope a new application environment?


For a beginning programmer, you should start with a programming language such as Visual Basic which lets you place controls onto a workspace and then program for each control. Most programs can be programmed in many languages, and the more powerful the programming language, the more complicated and longer it will take to learn. Microsoft programs are actually programmed in their own proprietary language, however the most popular these days would be the C programming language. There are a few variations of this including C++ and C# (pronounced "See Prime"). There are many resources for beginning programmers if you wish to learn on your own, or you can attend your local community college to learn programming a classroom setting.

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My question about the operating system


Hi Rabee,

Operating system is a set of programs to manage your computer hardware. So, no doubt programming language came into picture first. During the initial days, programming language(low level languages/ mc instructions) interacts directly with the hardware to get the work done. OS is built on the base of these low level languages like c, pascal, assembly codes etc.

please refer these wiki links to know in details:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_operating_systems

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_programming_languages

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Java.lang.NullPointerException


I believe the error should read "java.lang.NullPointerException"

This error simply means that whatever your application code is trying to get is not there- its a null. Its either out of range or does not exist at all.

Jun 03, 2008 | Sun Java Programming Language (cdj-275)

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