A+: The A+ computer programming language was created at Morgan Stanley. It is an offshoot of the original A programming. Both it and A+ are designed to operate efficiently when dealing with large amounts of numbers.
C and C++: Dennis Ritchie designed the C program. Unix was then immediately reimplemented, using this program. As computer usage increased and continued to evolve, C++ was created as an extension to the C program. Its primary developer was B. Stroustrup.
Java: Java is widely used to build small programs into websites.
LOGO: This language is simple enough to be comprehended by children.
w3c Validation Service: Websites are subject to simple errors in programming, and w3c’s validator checks for these errors.