I see....People don't know what a markup language is. They just see language.
You'd be better off explaining the difference rather than listing the categories.I see....
Programming Language (C#, C++) = Compiled Languages
Scripting Language (Bash, PHP, Python, Powershell) = Compiles at runtime
Markup Language (XML, HTML, etc) = Does not contain commands, but, instead, contains information.
SQL Language (SQL, WQL, WMI) = Might as well be its own category.
Pretty much this. One good example is that if you know C++, you can learn LUA scripting faster because of how almost similar it is.I suggest going with whichever language best suits your platform. If you just want to learn how to code for fun, then try out Java, C++ or html. Many of the things that you learn in those codes will be pretty much the same everywhere else.
As long as you know....Pretty much this. One good example is that if you know C++, you can learn LUA scripting faster because of how almost similar it is.