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What is the difference between and relationship between MYSQL,PHP,SQL,AND JAVASCRIPT.

Relationship and difference

2/19/2021 5:18:57 PM

Ibrahim Idris

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-- Differences: - SQL: stands for Structure Query Language, It is a programming language used to manage, access, and operate databases. - MySql: It is a database management system that uses the SQL commands to perform some tasks and operations on the databases. - PHP: It's a programmimg language usually used to perform server side operations in web development (such as add new user to some database). - Javascript: It's a programmimg language (also you can call It scripting language) usually used to perform client side operations in web (such as password validation or the creation of interactive user iterfaces). _______________________________________ -- Relationships: - use of mysql (that uses sql commands) to manage the database of our web app. - use of php to work on server side operations. - use of javascript to work on client side operations. combining them with html and css we can create a good website! Hope that help.

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MySQL is a vendor that uses SQL. SQL is a widely used standard. MySQL is a special brand of SQL. PHP and JavaScript are both programming languages. Both can be used to customize how HTTP requests are processed but only JavaScript can also run in web browsers. Serverside programming languages like PHP often talk with a database. This conversation with the database is typically using SQL languages such as MySQL.

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Wow it makes sense for me cleared

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Thanks alot Josh Greij

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Mr Greij how would I learn visual basic in sololearn