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Wrong forum. Type the keywords(your message subject) in following places, you'll get many.
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Some websites use "Log in" and "Log out" for website members but others use "sign in" or "sign out". I notice one more thing that some uses "sing up" but others use "register". SO I want to know that what should I use?
These depends on culture or have difference like UK English or USA English. What is usage?
In my point of you it is depending on media if it is social networking site most probably people use sign in and sign out, business purpose people use log in and logout.signup and register also in similar fashion.
In my disorganized ramblings through the annals of computer science, a decidedly random journey, I came across some literature about Ada Lovelace1 and her journey into her self proclaimed "poetical science".
I got to wondering if anyone still uses ADA these days and, if so, what are it's advantages, if any, over other more modern programming languages?
1 - Ada Lovelace is the worlds first computer programmer, writing the first algorithm to be processed by a machine.
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