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Yes. The keyboarding skills employed in writing HTML tags can easily be tranfered to writing in a programming language, such as C++.

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What? HTML is nothing like C++. About the only thing you are going to get out of HTML that you can use in C++ is the fact that you have to use brackets <> and learning to type faster. Also, get used to commenting your files because it will definitely help.

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javascript is closer to c++ than HTML ...

Why dont u just start with c++/c its not hard

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Well, I am going to practice C++ in my spare time but my job is requireing me to go to classes for HTML. So I was wondering how enthusiastic I should be about learning HTML because I really want to understand those C++ teaching books better. (I think, at the rate I'm learning it, what I realy need is a "C++ for Dummies" book.)



[edited by - smiley4 on February 7, 2003 12:57:46 PM]

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HTML isn''t a programming language. It''s a set of commands that show how a web page should look, that''s all. Programming languages like C and C++ and javascript all have a couple of similar things that HTML does not have:
- the ability to process stuff, to do math
- variables
- functions (and if it''s an object oriented language, classes)
- logic (if statements, while loops, for loops, etc.)

HTML is in no way what so ever a programming language, and it won''t really help you do any real programming. It is very useful to know though. Once you become a rich programmer, you''ll need a website to show off your work, right?

If your web design class teaches more than HTML (like, javascript or Perl or PHP, for example), then it''ll help a whole lot with learning C++.


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quote:
Original post by smiley4
Well, I am going to practice C++ in my spare time but my job is requireing me to go to classes for HTML. So I was wondering how enthusiastic I should be about learning HTML because I really want to understand those C++ teaching books better. (I think, at the rate I''m learning it, what I realy need is a "C++ for Dummies" book.)
HTML has nothing to do with C++. But I think it has some kind of special relationship with Variable



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quote:
Original post by smiley4


Well, I am going to practice C++ in my spare time but my job is requireing me to go to classes for HTML. So I was wondering how enthusiastic I should be about learning HTML because I really want to understand those C++ teaching books better. (I think, at the rate I''m learning it, what I realy need is a "C++ for Dummies" book.)



[edited by - smiley4 on February 7, 2003 12:57:46 PM]



Stop using html tags like that. If you want to practice use notepad.


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Yes.

If you have what it takes to memorize a markup language like HTML then you have the ability to learn a programming language like c++.

Don''t ever let anyone here tell you different.

C++ isn''t as hard as they like to claim it is.

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Yes. The keyboarding skills employed in writing HTML tags can easily be tranfered to writing in a programming language, such as C++.


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DON''T buy C++ for Dummies it''s a terrible book!!! (yes i have it, and yes it was a terrrible waste of $20)

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