Difference between Programming Language and Scripting Language

A programming language is a language used to write set of instructions to perform a task or to get an output from it, whereas Scripting language have comparatively small set of instructions which is used to produce different kinds of outputs which can be combined to some other program to perform a task. Scripting languages is a subset of programming languages. The basic difference between both is that programming languages are compiled whereas scripting languages are interpreted, and the programming languages run independently but scripts do not. The deciding factor…

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Top 5 Courses to Learn Linux Shell scripting (bash, ksh, csh)Online – Best of Lot

A massive chunk of a developer's time is wasted in trying to repeat tasks and commands, especially when it comes to working with a bunch of UNIX or Linux machines, and a good knowledge of shell scripting can free you from such mundane task and give time to do some interesting stuff. If you don't know what shell scripting is then let me tell you is nothing but a program written using shell built-ins, and Linux commands to automate things, e.g. checking if a host is reachable or finding and…

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Web Scripting Explained for Beginners

http://www.build-your-website.co.uk/Starting-scripting/- In this video tutorial we look at the different types of scripting languages that you will encounter on the web when building websites e.g JavaScript, PHP scripts. When are scripts used, and what you need to run them ,and common applications that use them.

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Difference between Programming and Scripting Language

Scripting languages are programming languages that don’t require an explicit compilation step. Also note that whether a language is a “scripting” language or not can be more about the environment than the language. There’s no reason you can’t write a C interpreter and use it as a scripting language (and people have).

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