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11 Dec 2013, 4:25 pm

English (Home Laguage) Semi fluent in Afrikaans, I'll be really be an aspie here, and say txt language too.



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11 Dec 2013, 6:54 pm

English, Japanese, Spanish, French, some German, Latin, and Chinese.



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11 Dec 2013, 7:07 pm

Afrikaans sounds very distinguished to me.



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12 Dec 2013, 12:37 am

English, and enough Japanese to get by.



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12 Dec 2013, 3:24 am

English, cat, dog, just a little bit of squirrel.

y poquito espanol.
That I just picked up living in Los Angeles for 12 years.


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12 Dec 2013, 11:57 am

Sherlock03 wrote:
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English, Hebrew, Aramaic, Some German, Some French, Some Spanish


Heilige Scheiße!


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12 Dec 2013, 12:13 pm

Swedish, French, slightly rusty (was fluent many years ago) (Bavarian) German, odd bits of Spanish, Italian and Icelandic... and a couple of extremely random and useless things in Welsh from having gone to university there.



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12 Dec 2013, 12:30 pm

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Java, Go, C, a little C#, HTML, CSS and somewhat Javascript.


Out of those which is your favourite language?

What language came easiest to you, and which ones came with difficulty?



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12 Dec 2013, 12:50 pm

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Java, Go, C, a little C#, HTML, CSS and somewhat Javascript.


those are NOT spoken languages, or at least not spoken by humans.

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12 Dec 2013, 12:52 pm

Acedia wrote:
Kurgan wrote:
Java, Go, C, a little C#, HTML, CSS and somewhat Javascript.


Out of those which is your favourite language?

What language came easiest to you, and which ones came with difficulty?


Hard to say. Java was the first one I learned, but in the end, I recommend C# for high level programming. This is easy to learn—and gives you both the quick development of Java and the robustness of C++—and you never need to resort to any tedious workarounds.

For low-level programming and scripting, I like Go. Unlike C, this allocates memory automatically, ad has a builtin garbage handler—so there's no need to worry about memory leakage, buffer overflows and all that.



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12 Dec 2013, 12:56 pm

ruveyn wrote:
Kurgan wrote:
Java, Go, C, a little C#, HTML, CSS and somewhat Javascript.


those are NOT spoken languages, or at least not spoken by humans.

ruveyn


You can still speak them. Each and everyone of them has a far more intuitive and far less treacherous syntax than any verbal language I know.

I forgot to add PHP and Smarty to the list, though.



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14 Dec 2013, 8:51 pm

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Hard to say. Java was the first one I learned, but in the end, I recommend C# for high level programming. This is easy to learn—and gives you both the quick development of Java and the robustness of C++—and you never need to resort to any tedious workarounds.

For low-level programming and scripting, I like Go. Unlike C, this allocates memory automatically, ad has a builtin garbage handler—so there's no need to worry about memory leakage, buffer overflows and all that.


I've read a little bit about C#, I might get around to learning it. Thanks for the recommendation. I'm still fairly new to programming. I've been learning C++, Java and PHP. I'm expanding my horizons a little bit now.



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14 Dec 2013, 9:21 pm

Acedia wrote:
Kurgan wrote:
Hard to say. Java was the first one I learned, but in the end, I recommend C# for high level programming. This is easy to learn—and gives you both the quick development of Java and the robustness of C++—and you never need to resort to any tedious workarounds.

For low-level programming and scripting, I like Go. Unlike C, this allocates memory automatically, ad has a builtin garbage handler—so there's no need to worry about memory leakage, buffer overflows and all that.


I've read a little bit about C#, I might get around to learning it. Thanks for the recommendation. I'm still fairly new to programming. I've been learning C++, Java and PHP. I'm expanding my horizons a little bit now.


You're welcome. The more who know about C#'s awesomeness, the better. :)



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15 Dec 2013, 10:56 am

I code in C# :)



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15 Dec 2013, 6:07 pm

Guys, guys. So called computer languages are not spoken languages. In fact they are not languages at all. They are notations.

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16 Dec 2013, 8:47 am

Danish & English (both competing for First Language), German (used to be OK, but hasn't used it for years), Sarcasm (Fluent) and BS (Grand Mastery)


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