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Languages

There are a lot of languages out there:
Susan Stepney's Programming Languages Factoid page. And many family maps of language development: see the O'Reilly poster.

Two helpful pages presenting the same problem solved in several different languages:
http://www.math.utah.edu/~beebe/software/java/fibonacci/
http://cubbi.com/fibonacci.html

Prolog

You will program in Prolog to help you understand the use of a different paradigm.

Scripting

There is masses of information on scripting available on the web. For JavaScript and PHP, one of the best sources is w3schools: see their javascript and PHP pages.

Regular Expressions

There's quite a lot of material on the web about regular expressions: two of the best are the Wikipedia entry on regular expressions, and the w3schools JavaScript RegExp Object materials (tutorial, and reference pages). In particular, you can try out regular expressions from the tutorial page, which must be the simplest way to see if you really understand the material!
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