I've programmed C & C++ during my college days. I understood its OO model and coded many examples (this helped me in OO PHP now). I used something called Turbo C++, a set of some confusing files, which can be carried in a floppy or two.
I now have to ask: What is C++?
I know Java is by Sun and it is freely available downloadable as JDK, JRE and Tomat. These things can be used to deploy servets (complied code), etc. for a Web application. A real-world Web site often uses Redhat Linux, Apache, Tomcat, PHP, and MySQL, to deploy a Web application.
I heard Perl, which can be used for writing fast server-side code for Web application.
I know PHP, that can be used easily for dynamic Web sites.
I heard Redhat linux, which is non-free and used to deploy robust Web servers.
What is C++? Who is its vendor? Is it free? From, where they maintain latest version of it available for the public download? Is it can be use quickly for a real-world example? C++ to CGI? C++ to Web?
Though, I programmed C++, I'm not even able to get these answers :confused:
If someone, ask me that (while interviewing), I can't be able to satisfy h'm with my answers :rolleyes:
What you people have to say about this :?: