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    Quote Originally Posted by kryptkat View Post
    now how do I get paid ?

    Amazon.com: a++
    Typo, imo.

    Let me google that for you - A+ Certification - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks (it's for comp techs by CompTIA, not for A+ programming language)

    Every "a++ certification" page is a typo, auto post, or a newbie. Google it.
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    Amazon.com: A++ Certification Level 2 (9780030310164): Books

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    * Publisher: International Thomson Publishing (November 15, 2001)
    * ISBN-10: 0030310164
    * ISBN-13: 978-0030310164
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    thought all books had to have a ISBN number ? For sale anyway. So a “certification manual” is not really for getting you certified in a language ? Then what is the book certifying you for ? So a+ certification is not certifying you in the a+ programming lang ? Now I confused.

    Anyway thank you all for the help and info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kryptkat
    So a “certification manual” is not really for getting you certified in a language ? Then what is the book certifying you for ? So a+ certification is not certifying you in the a+ programming lang ?
    The book is a guide to help you gain certification; it is not a certificate. Anyway, your questions are easily answered on the CompTIA's webpage on A+ certification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    The book is a guide to help you gain certification; it is not a certificate. Anyway, your questions are easily answered on the CompTIA's webpage on A+ certification.
    Yes and nb -- this has NOTHING to do with the two programming languages you mention. They just call their IT certificate that. These things are not related. So you will have to wait for your $5000000000000. Also I think that book was actually to do with auto insurance.

    Some qute things about A+ ("a programming language for actual programmers") I picked up from their web page: it requires it's own font because it has special symbols! Oh are you going to have fun!

    Also, under "Programs written in A+" there is one program:

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    which has apparently been written in 1301 different programming languages! I had no idea there was even 10% this number. Dunno if A++ was another one of the 1301.

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    Anyway thank you all for the help and info.
    You're welcome.
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    Current ISO draft standard
    CCAN -- new CPAN like open source library repository
    3 (different) GNU debugger tutorials: #1 -- #2 -- #3
    cpwiki -- our wiki on sourceforge

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    Quote Originally Posted by MK27 View Post
    which has apparently been written in 1301 different programming languages! I had no idea there was even 10% this number. Dunno if A++ was another one of the 1301.
    It seems to include everything from scripting languages, interpreted languages, game script languages, even configuration files (jamfile), and libraries (jQuery isn't a language, it's a JavaScript library). It also includes different versions (AS/AS3), and branches. I'm surprised they don't have JASS (WarCraft 3 map scripting language). Make that 1302...

    Edit: Nevermind, JASS is under 'W' as "Warcraft 3 Jass", lol. There's even a WinAmp submission. Useful.
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