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What is the difference between XML, HTML, and XHTML?

What's the difference between XML, HTML, XHTML, Apache, MySQL, javascript, SSI, PHP,
and CSS? I'd like to start learning how to make webpages, learn more about servers and
networking, and be able to do something with the knowledge. I'm learning C++ now, but I've
heard that HTML is far more simple. So...can someone fill me in on all of these different things,
their differences/similarities, what you can do with them, what they are, where I may have run
into them or seen them in use before, how I'd go about learning more about them, or using them
(if that applies, example if something is a programming language). I'm a bit clueless now as you
can see, so I'd like some info. Thanks!

What is the difference between XML, HTML, and XHTML?

XML stands for EXtensible Markup Language,XML was designed to move & store information,
HTML is stands for hyper text markup language,its use to disply the information, XHTML
stands for EXtensible HyperText Markup Language,XHTML is a stricter & cleaner version of
HTML,it is the next step in the evolution of the Web.
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What is the difference between XML, HTML, and XHTML?

XML is a accepted purpose specification for creating custom markup languages.HTML,an


abridgement of Hyper Text Markup Language,is the absolute markup accent for web pages.The
Extensible Hypertext Markup Language, or XHTML, is a markup accent that has the same abyss
of announcement as HTML, but aswell conforms to XML syntax.

XML is a syntax that is very generic and can be used for passing data if many different types for many
different applications. It is really just a data exchange format.

HTML is the markup language used by all browsers. When you view source, you will see html with a
bunch of embedded objects of other types.

XHTML is just a combination of xml and html.

You can find many, many books on these subjects. Also, much of what you need is free on the internet.
Start googling some of these things and read, read, read.

hat is the difference between XML, HTML, and XHTML?

The Difference of HTML and XHTML and XML are as follow. XHTML uses XML parsing
requirements and HTML uses its own which are defined much more closely to the way browsers
actually handle HTML.
- HTML is about displaying information. and XML is about describing information.
- HTML is not case-sensitive and XML is case-sensitive.
- XML describes the data and HTML only defines the data.
- HTML does not have a well formedness constraint, no errors are fatal and XHTML is Well-
formedness errors are fatal.
- HTNL Names are not case sensitive or Attribute minimization is allowed and XHTML Names
are case sensitive or Attribute minimization is not allowed.

What Is a Servlet?
A servlet is a Java programming language class used to extend the capabilities of servers that
host applications accessed via a request-response programming model. Although servlets can
respond to any type of request, they are commonly used to extend the applications hosted by
Web servers. For such applications, Java Servlet technology defines HTTP-specific servlet
classes.

A servlet is a small program that runs on a server. The term was coined in the context of the Java
applet, a small program that is sent as a separate file along with a Web (HTML) page. Java
applets, usually intended for running on a client, can result in such services as performing a
calculation for a user or positioning an image based on user interaction.

Some programs, often those that access

What is swing?
Swing is the primary Java GUI widget toolkit. It is part of Oracle's Java Foundation Classes
(JFC) an API for providing a graphical user interface (GUI) for Java programs.

Swing was developed to provide a more sophisticated set of GUI components than the earlier
Abstract Window Toolkit. Swing provides a native look and feel that emulates the look and feel
of several platforms, and also supports a pluggable look and feel that allows applications to have
a look and feel unrelated to the underlying platform. It has more powerful and flexible
components than AWT.

What is the main use of OOPS concept 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma:
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OOPS allows the designer and developer to implement the application in the same terms which
user described.

OOPS allows real world modeling.


:What is the main use of OOPS concept 1 Year, 5 Months ago Karma: 1
With inheritence
- you can reuse the same code in multiple places
Example:
System.Web.UI.Page class will be the parent/base class for all the ASP.NET web pages.

Which means all the web pages are inherited from Page base classe only. Like that Windows
forms, Custom User controls, Web user controls etc.

You need not write special code for using the web page properties like Request, Response etc.

with Polymorphism
you can define your standards of method implementation by provideing Abstract classes and
Interfaces

What is the main use of OOPS concept 1 Year, 2 Months ago Karma: 0
In order to understand what is use of OOPS and why we use we must first remember that OOPS
is just a way ( infact more efficient way ) to developer wide range of simple and complex
applications that are secured. You may develop applications in some other fashion also. But
OOPS is just one way among many and it is the most popular currently widely used by many. So
for questions why we use OOPS the answer is TO DEVELOP RELIABLE AND SECURED
APPLICATIONS.

Now comes the question why use OOPS. Answer is simple, it is more efficient and effective.
OOPS provides us few fundamental features or you can say ways in which you can develop
applications. Lets see few ( not in depth just on surface )

Classes and Objects - Everything in OOPS revolves around classes and objects. They provide a
way for developer to develop user defined types and play with them.

Inheritance - Instead of writing your code from scratch OOPS provides us a way to use already
existing code and all add new functionalities to existing code. This is by inheritance.

Encapsulation- This deals with data security and data flow control. This helps you in decide who
can access data and how the data flows in your application.

This are just few technical details and coming to non-technical work. OOPS will allow the
developers to work in collaboration. Each developer can work on a specific part of the problem
test it and can share his/her work with others so that others can use his/her work. OOPS will
allow you to arrange your code in a nice way that helps during your development, testing,
maintenance phases of your software life cycle.

What is the use of Data Structure concept??


If we want to process details of 100 employees in a company, we need an ARRAY
Suppose we are going to make a software for a car service centre, we need a QUEUE, coz the requests
have to be processed in their order of arrival
Some data structures are not used very commonly, like a LINKED LIST, STACK. but they are used very
intensively in the softwares like Operarting systems etc. e.g. function calls use STACK to pass
parameters, recieve return value and to temporarily store local variables.Data structures can really
simplify complicated programs.
Data structures are used in almost every program or software system. ... Many data structures use both
principles, sometimes combined in non-trivial ... the theoretical concept of an abstract data type,

Data structures are used in almost every program or software system. Specific data structures are
essential ingredients of many efficient algorithms, and make possible the management of huge amounts
of data, such as large databases and internet indexing services. Some formal design methods and
programming languages emphasize data structures, rather than algorithms, as the key organizing factor
in software design.

Data structures are generally based on the ability of a computer to fetch and store data at any place in
its memory, specified by an address a bit string that can be itself stored in memory and manipulated
by the program. Thus the record and array data structures are based on computing the addresses of
data items with arithmetic operations; while the linked data structures are based on storing addresses
of data items within the structure itself. Many data structures use both principles, sometimes combined
in non-trivial ways

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What is the use of Data structure in C language?

Data Structure is used to store the information in a particular manner so sa to retrive it later for
use, in C data strucutre like Arrays, Linked List, Stack, Strings, Queues are used to store the user
input or a data which can be processed to get a desired uotput, for example, a 10 numbers are
stored in an array, whcih will be sorted by retriving them from the Data Structures, the more
practical use of this is in case of calulator and calendar.

Data structure are useful for doing complex arithematic and logical application or problems...For
example trees,linked lists and others are used in memory managament and stack operations are
used by the memory for allocating reasources .....Its used in OS designing and programming
memory etc.,