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Programming, Scripting, and Markup Languages
When it comes to making a website or app coding involves basically above 3 types of languages
- JavaScript is not a programming language in strict sense. Instead, it is a scripting language because it uses the browser to do the work.
Programming languages are high-level languages that need to be converted into machine level language because a computer can only understand machine level language or binary language (0 and 1). So we write the instructions in human-readable form and then we hit the compile button-
to convert this into machine level language which a computer can understand and then the computer performs the task. This conversion is done by the compiler which scans the complete code in one go and if it finds any error it immediately throws all errors.Examples are Java,C,C++
make software or drivers.

Scripting Language: As the name suggest, it’s all about giving the script to perform some certain task. Scripting languages are basically the subcategory of programming languages which is used to give guidance to another program or we can say to control
another program, so it also involves instructions. It basically connects one language to one another languages and doesn’t work standalone. Javascript, PHP, Perl, Python, VBScript these all are the examples of scripting language.
Markup Languages: Markup languages are completely different from programming languages and scripting languages. Markup languages prepare a structure for the data or prepare the look or design of a page. These are presentational languages and it doesn’t include any kind of logic-
or algorithm, for example, HTML. HTML is not asking any kind of question to the computer or it’s not comparing things and it’s not asking any logical question. It’s just used to represent a view inside a web browser.

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