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C
The programming language C has been developed by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie in order to create a language for the design and implementation of hardware drivers and operating systems. A lot of experience and great discipline is required to code in this language, since it offers only little safety.

C++
The object-oriented programming language C++ was developed by Bjarne Stroustrup and has evolved from a simple extension to the C programming language into a language of its own without losing backward compatibility. entworfen. C++ has been standardized by end of 1997 but still there are many compilers and libraries which do not fully implement this standard.

CGI
The Common Gateway Interface defines an interface between a HTML document and a HTTP server. With the help of the CGI, a reader of a HTML document is able to interact with applications running at the server and it is possible to display documents of dynamic content (e.g. the results of a search engine query).

Crawler
Also called spider or robot. A program which scans and analyzes HTML documents for further processing (e.g. for a search engine). During the scanning process, the program may also automatically follow hypertext references in the documents, so that the complete document tree of a web-site can be caught.

   

 

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