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  1. #1 Programming Langauges 
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    Does anybody know any?

    I know Visual Basic pretty good. Heck, I teach it. That's probably the langauge I know best.


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    Quote Originally Posted by poly_nightmare
    Does anybody know any?

    I know Visual Basic pretty good. Heck, I teach it. That's probably the langauge I know best.
    Well let's see I started with GW-Basic, then I moved to x86 assembly language, Pascal, C, then C++, Visual Basic, ASP, SQL, PHP and Perl.

    I've also done some PL1, Foxpro, and I know Javascript.

    So yah I know a few.


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    Would HTML count? I know a bit of that, made my own website once. Can't find it now though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffstuff
    Would HTML count? I know a bit of that, made my own website once. Can't find it now though.
    Ohh yes, I forgot I also know HTML
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    I don't think I remeber much of it though. I think I failed that class back in high school!
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    i like programming, but alas i lack the ability to do it.. and good free tutoriorals to get me started on visual basic...

    i m dabbling in quickbasic, but only cause i my sishas to learn for science degree!

    i have asked every where ... i want a straight answer!!!!! not a load of disagreements that turns to AN arguement!!! on whic is best( though i hear it is c++)
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    I used to know some Fortran and Basic (pre-visual). But that was in the 70’s.
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    C, C++, Java, Perl, I haven't used PHP in a few years but I'm sure I remember some
    I can read assembly (had to learn for coding bof's)
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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgod3rd
    i like programming, but alas i lack the ability to do it.. and good free tutoriorals to get me started on visual basic...

    i m dabbling in quickbasic, but only cause i my sishas to learn for science degree!

    i have asked every where ... i want a straight answer!!!!! Sad not a load of disagreements that turns to AN arguement!!! on whic is best( though i hear it is c++)
    Stay away from VB and anyother Microsoft languages, they won't get you very far in the coding world. Learn C++. It is probably the most powerful language out there. After that, try Java. It is another Object Oriented language, a bit more high level than C/C++ and slower, but it is starting to become more common in the coding world. As for free tutorials, pm me for some or checkout http://www.programmersheaven.com/ or http://www.codershack.org/

    I have about a gig of e-book tutorials in various languages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sploit
    Quote Originally Posted by goodgod3rd
    i like programming, but alas i lack the ability to do it.. and good free tutoriorals to get me started on visual basic...

    i m dabbling in quickbasic, but only cause i my sishas to learn for science degree!

    i have asked every where ... i want a straight answer!!!!! Sad not a load of disagreements that turns to AN arguement!!! on whic is best( though i hear it is c++)
    Stay away from VB and anyother Microsoft languages, they won't get you very far in the coding world. Learn C++. It is probably the most powerful language out there. After that, try Java. It is another Object Oriented language, a bit more high level than C/C++ and slower, but it is starting to become more common in the coding world. As for free tutorials, pm me for some or checkout http://www.programmersheaven.com/ or http://www.codershack.org/

    I have about a gig of e-book tutorials in various languages.
    PHP shares a lot in common with C, one of the reasons I love it so much.
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    I'm only good at writing Korn shell scripts. I did some Turbo Pascal when I was still a kid, but don't really remember the syntax very well.
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    I know Basic (including VisualBasic), C, some C++, some Pascal. I also have a little experience in Prolog. I've looked at a few other languages but I don't know them very well.
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    Pascal, C, Basic (qbasic, visual basic, visual basic net, whatever basic was on the C64 ), ASP, SQL, PHP and assembly (used for embedded software)
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    Pascal is very underrated. Check out Lazarus.
    I started with nothing and I still have most of it left...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KazaKhan™®©
    Pascal is very underrated. Check out Lazarus.
    Actually Pascal was designed to teach programmers good programming practices. One of my first languages. It's very good actually. I've learned to like C better, even if it's a big mess vs Pascals structure.
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    In order of learning.

    BASIC on the Commodore Vic-20.
    Pascal (on a Control Data Cyber 170-720 mainframe).
    GWBASIC on PC-XT.
    Turbo Pascal
    Visual Basic 3.0, then 5.0 and 6.0. Have done some .NET.
    HTML
    Javascript
    ASP.

    I had the opportunity to try out some C when I was in charge of a Sun Solaris under Unix. I was unable to write "Hello World" without getting a "Segmentation fault. Core dumped." so I gave that up.

    I'm sorry, I think C family languages have too complicated and ambiguous a syntax, compared to Pascal/VB type languages which I find much easier to comprehend and indeed write in. I also think that Java's day has come..... and gone - at least in terms of it being the widespread Web application base it was intended. I know of precisely one popular usage website where its used as it was intended (cut-the-knot.org, a math education website). The web went client-server and ASP, JSP and PHP are better server-side application languages, plus of course Flash programs providing the bulk of the visual impact on most web sites.
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    The web went client-server and ASP, JSP and PHP are better server-side application languages, plus of course Flash programs providing the bulk of the visual impact on most web sites.
    Being a professional programmer and former ASP fan, I can tell you that ASP is now DEAD. PHP is where it's at. PHP absolutely rocks. Microsoft .NET..while not bad will never take over like PHP has. ASP is no longer supported by Microsoft.

    PHP and C have a lot in common on the basic levels. In many cases it's very easy to port from one to the other, well more or less.
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    What you say is true (though we still use ASP for our intranet database applications). PHP seems to have expanded very rapidly over the last two years. I don't know it myself, though.
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    Pascal was the first language I learnt, and the only one I really know. I've done quite a bit of Java for the 'Programming for Physicists' part of my course, but that's it for me.
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    Basic (it was just Basic back then), Fortran, Cobol, Asembler ...

    And then comes Internet - HTML, ASP, XML :)
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    I first learnt HTML, then went on to learn PHP and SQL. I know bits and pieces of other internet codes, such as XHTML or Javascript, but have never had use for any of them.

    Apart from programming my graphing caculator (best way to spend a maths class ), I've never really done any offline programming.
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    Since I posted this several months back, this is what I am presently learning.

    .NET
    SQL - more of a refresher
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    I know umb-scheme which is a LISP this for people who are new to programming

    and I aslo know Python which is a little bit like umb-scheme but different

    if you have linux os you already have python you just type python on your command shell.
    e = mc^2
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    Quote Originally Posted by veli
    I know umb-scheme which is a LISP this for people who are new to programming

    and I aslo know Python which is a little bit like umb-scheme but different

    if you have linux os you already have python you just type python on your command shell.
    I use Perl often, and Bash. Not much in to Python. I may see what's it all about some day. Didn't it start with OS/2 ? Ohh wait that might have been Rex.
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    i know with some fluency html, though i need to be refreshed before i use it

    i would like to learn java, php and C++

    unfortunately, i don't have the pre req's for C++ yet at school and I don't have the time to teach myself the others at the moment

    btw, i am a sophmore in high school
    I may not yet have learned all that I want to, but I can think up alot on my own...
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    Eheh when you know one language, its really easy to learn anorther one and another one

    So for the moment I'm with this list :
    C/C++, Java, Perl, Assembly, Python, Tcl/Tk, Shell Script, PHP, SQL, HTML, XML, Javascript, Pascal, Fortran 77, Modula, Ada, Ruby, OCAML, C#.

    But I use mostly java and c++ and php for the website.
    The funny part was fortran 77 and OO inside it ! Yup you can code in OO with f77 .. not easy but its possible.
    Pascal is perhaps one of the language i like the best... but i dont use it anymore.
    Try OCAML if you have time also ..
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    I know HTML well. I have not used it for a while. I am learning VBasic and Java.
    I like VBasic because it is quite easy to learn. It is like front page and Dreamweave where you can play around with it make some thing that works and then learn the code as you need it.
    Java is robust. You can do many things. It is becoming really popular right now.
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    well try to learn vb.net
    it will really hlep you and it has great features
    i am more incline towards vb.net and java and do my work in these languages
    i want to delve in animation also like flash and 3d studio max
    i will definitely go for thse too as the animation market is going to grow at a rapid pace
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    I am a C,C++ programmer primarily although I use emacs lisp a lot for quick calculations where I can avoid all the bother with IO. With the power of the emacs editor to copy and paste collumns, emacs lisp is very convenient for processing medium quantities of data quickly without a lot of programming effort.

    For example, I used the following to convert the galactic coordinates in a data list of galaxies to celestial coordinates.

    Code:
    (defun cel (ld bd)
     (let ((l (* 0.017453292519943295 ld))(b (* 0.017453292519943295 bd)))
      (let ((x (* (cos l)(cos b)))(y (* (sin l)(cos b)))(z (sin b)))
       (let ((xp (+ (* x -0.0548755604) (* y +0.4941094279) (* z -0.8676661490))) 
             (yp (+ (* x -0.8734370902) (* y -0.4448296300) (* z -0.1980763734))) 
             (zp (+ (* x -0.4838350155) (* y +0.7469822445) (* z +0.4559837762))))
        (let ((rap (/ (* 12 (atan2 yp xp)) pi)) (decp (/ (* 180 (asin zp)) pi)))
         (list (if (> rap 0) rap (+ 24 rap)) decp))))))
    I made the effort to learn the basics of VB and C#, and in the past I have used Fortran, pascal, Sail, basic,Java, and macro assembler. After learning this many they all seem pretty much the same and you can shift with out too much effort from one to another. But I guess if you are willing to live with the possibility of devilishly difficult bugs to track down and don't like being hogtied with laguages like Java, then C,C++ is a happy medium. But then there is a question of support libraries because you don't really want to invent the world from scratch. Here of course C,C++ stands out above the rest.
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    I agree. Isn't the modularity of C++ swell?

    Dartmouth Basic, RSTS Basic, Assembly, Fortran, C++, HTML, a few scripting languages. Once upon a time, Pascal, and arcane languages like Focal and Dibol.
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    ummm, what exactly does it mean to "know" a language??

    I can sort a list of integers into ascending and descending order using Java, C++ and PHP, using multiple sorting algorithms but I sure as heck dont "know" any of these languages ??
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    C# is a language like C++ but more virsatile.
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    I know: C/C++/C#/VB/VB.NET/Pascal/Delphi/HTML/PHP/JavaScript/VBScript /Python/Perl and *some* 32-bit Assembler. (also have some experience with OpenGL)
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    if we think in "your way ..." then no ones knows nothin' ... your whole life isn't enough to fully master a language ... right? and about reading books like "Delphi in 21 days ..." hummm better i don't say something rude ... hehe
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    is php programming language if it is then what is the difference between javascript and java programming language or maybe i just dont understand
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    I learned Pascal, C, C++, Machine and Assembly, Darkscript, basic, and they are like a second (or 7th) language to me
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    Quote Originally Posted by veli
    is php programming language if it is then what is the difference between javascript and java programming language or maybe i just dont understand
    Java and JavaScript are two completely different languages in both concept and design!

    Java (developed by Sun Microsystems) is a powerful and much more complex programming language - in the same category as C and C++.

    JavaScript is developed for other reasons. It had to be simple and was based on the basic functions of Java. Thats why Java and JavaScript almost share names.

    I just started in the world of programming so I'm pretty a newbie. Al i know is (X)HTML,XML,JavaScript and I just started with Python and Perl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis
    JavaScript is developed for other reasons. It had to be simple and was based on the basic functions of Java. Thats why Java and JavaScript almost share names.
    I basically agree with your posting. However, as I hear it, it is even less than this. Netscape had a web page client-side scripting language called live-script, I think it was called. For marketing reasons to latch onto the Java popularity bandwagon, they changed the name to Javascript.

    Anyway, Javascript is a client-side, web-page scripting language, whereas Java is a complete programming language along the lines of C and C++, as you mentioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermes
    Quote Originally Posted by Artemis
    JavaScript is developed for other reasons. It had to be simple and was based on the basic functions of Java. Thats why Java and JavaScript almost share names.
    I basically agree with your posting. However, as I hear it, it is even less than this. Netscape had a web page client-side scripting language called live-script, I think it was called. For marketing reasons to latch onto the Java popularity bandwagon, they changed the name to Javascript.

    Anyway, Javascript is a client-side, web-page scripting language, whereas Java is a complete programming language along the lines of C and C++, as you mentioned.
    I dis some "research :P " and you are right. JavaScript was develloped by nedscape under the name of live-script. However there where some problems and Netscape worked together with Sun Microsystems to solve these problems. That's where the name comes from
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    At university I learned that all programming languages are pretty much the same, only the syntax differs. If you know one you know them all.

    So I know them all :wink:
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    im a student second year of study, i've learned some basics in c/c++ and java i woul like to learn more... anyone wanna help me if yes give me a pm so we can get in contact i would really apreciated it
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    Howdy,
    For me, C/C++, FORTRAN 77, Fortran 90/95, and one more that I haven't heard anyone say yet on this thread...
    IDL.
    Astronomers love IDL.

    I don't really count Maple or Mathematica, but I can code up a little in those too.

    I've also done a little PLC programming (programmable logic controllers). They're used in industry a lot.

    Can't say I really enjoy coding though....

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    Machine code, Assembler, Pascal, C, Various PLC - Basic (all sorts).
    I have programmed using punch cards and switches!
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    Quote Originally Posted by billco
    Machine code, Assembler, Pascal, C, Various PLC - Basic (all sorts).
    I have programmed using punch cards and switches!
    So you were around when dirt was new, eh?
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    For whatever reason, I feel like adding my 1 1/2 cents.

    I know:
    Assembly
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    C++ (my favorite for real work)
    C# (a little)
    Java
    Lisp
    Haskell
    Perl
    HTML
    Pascal
    BASIC
    QuickBASIC
    VisualBASIC
    BF
    Befunge

    And a bunch of other stuff that a lot of people might not consider programming languages, like MatLab and POV-RAY (although I don't consider HTML a programming language, it's not even turing-complete).

    (OK, so I enjoy programming languages, especially the esoteric ones like Befunge, and felt like sharing. )
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    I being a Mechanical Engineer by study am into software field since 1 yr. doing PHP/MySql Web Developmwnt..
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    C, C++, C#, Java

    I can read almost any language, though...
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    I know: Java, C, C++, Scheme (functional), Basic (used to know-havn't done anything with it in 10 years, obviously times have changed lol). Each language has its pros and cons.

    In my opinion, once you know one programming language, you know them all with some experience. It doesn't take long to learn C++ when you know java. It doesn't take long to learn C when you know C++.

    Obviously theres always something more you can learn about each one of these languages.

    My advice: whenever your stuck, simply Google it or ask the question on this forum. Especially for java, there are huge lists of each built in method you can use, its parameters, etc..

    And HTML, JavaScript, pHp, etc. are all considered programming languages. However, they are much easier languages. I dont know any of these languages, but I am sure if you know the higher up languages (java, c++, etc.) it wouldn't take long to learn those as well (just no interest).
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    i can programme machine code & binary. if that counts ?
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    i can programme machine code & binary. if that counts ?
    I can as well (almost) currently learning assembly for the x86-32.
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    Quote Originally Posted by leohopkins
    i can programme machine code & binary. if that counts ?
    Really! - both of those went out in the 60's and 70's - I suspect you mean assembly language ie:

    cp ax,0ah
    jnz next

    etc.

    Whereas machine code:

    C3 00 40
    3E 27

    etc

    Binary,

    well that was done with [typically] laboriously setting and ressetting about 30 switches 8 data, 16-20 address, and a few control switches.
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    well .. i know :
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