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Standards and Full Forms

Listing some of the Standards and Full Forms of standard institutes and programing languages.
This is not the complete list, you can contribute to this list by posting comments to this article.

ANSI    -- American National Standards Institute
IEEE    -- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers -- http://www.ieee.org/index.html
ISO     -- International Organization for Standardization
BIS     -- Bureau of Indian Standards
IEC     -- International Electrotechnical Commission
ITU     -- International Telecommunication Union
SEI     -- Software Engineering Institute
WSC     -- World Standards Cooperation
NSB     -- National Standards Bodies
W3C     -- World Wide Web Consortium
IETF    -- Internet Engineering Task Force
UPU     -- Universal Postal Union
CEC     -- European Committee for Standardization
CENELEC -- European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization
PASC    -- Pacific Area Standards Congress
CMMI    -- Capability Maturity Model Institute
COPANT  -- Pan American Standards Commission
ARSO    -- African Organization for Standardization
BSI     -- British Standards Institution
NIST    -- National Institute of Standards and Technology
QC      -- Quality Control
QA      -- Quality Assurance
DMAIC   -- Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control
DMADV   -- Define, Measure, Analyze, Design, Verify
RTM     -- Requirements Traceability Matrix
SRS     -- Software Requirements Specification
QTP     -- Quick Test Professional
ISTQB  -- International Software Testing Qualifications Board
ACSL    -- Advanced Continuous Simulation Language
BASIC   -- Beginners All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code
COBOL   -- Common Business Oriented Language
FORTRAN -- FORmula TRANSlation
HTML    -- Hyper Text Markup Language
XML     -- Extensive Markup Language
PERL    -- Practical Extraction and Reporting Language
POSIX   -- Portable Operating System Interface
NEMA    -- National Electrical Manufacturers Association
DICOM   -- Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine


There are so many programming languages and the almost all of them are listed here below,

Programing Languages


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