FAQ: Learn HTML - Intro to HTML - What is HTML?

This community-built FAQ covers the What is HTML? exercise in Codecademy’s lessons on HTML.

FAQs on the HTML exercise What is HTML

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CSS defines yes presentantion of web content.

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Shall I complete all the coure for 7 hours?

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After reading some of the blogs here and discussions, it makes more sense as to what HTML, CSS and PHP are especially comparing it to the Human Anatomy, but what are:

Python
Java
JavaScript
SQL
Bash/Shell
Ruby
C++
R
C#
Go
Swift

Could someone give me a brief description of each, if possible, and a comparison as to what each are and how they can interact with each other?