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Ahaseurus2000
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02 Apr 2013, 5:23 am

Currently I'm studying Java and Python, and know C.

What programming languages do you know?


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02 Apr 2013, 6:38 am

A dialect of Basic on CP/M, SAS, B, C, C++, Objective C, Pascal, Fortran IV, PL/I, Java, Javascript, PHP, PL/pgSQL, Visual Basic (v3-4), Perl, x86 Assembly Language, Tcl/Tk, PL/M, bash shell language, and one or two languages that I made up and wrote a simple compiler for (I called them names like SimPL and PL/X86). I'd be rusty on a number of these languages now. I have also looked at D, Vala, Ruby, Guile/Scheme, Snobol, Lua, Icon, Euphoria, ...

Conspicuously missing: Cobol, C#, Python; functional languages like Caml or Haskell; and also Lisp - although I suppose I could say that I have taken a glance at Caml, Haskell and Lisp. Ditto Modula 2. My tastes (or distates) do not necessarily imply that I think a language is objectively "bad", just that I am not attracted to it for whatever mysterious reasons some languages are more attractive to me than others.



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02 Apr 2013, 8:09 am

I'm studying Java (for school), Python, Ruby, and PHP. The language I'm most familiar with is Java; second is Python, then Ruby. I also know enough Bash to be competent in developing scripts. Though they are not programming languages, I'm also studying HTML5 and CSS3 for the client-side web development class I'm taking this semester.



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02 Apr 2013, 8:36 am

Ahaseurus2000 wrote:
Currently I'm studying Java and Python, and know C.

What programming languages do you know?


The above plus PERL, one of the wittiest languages I have encountered.

If you have to write a script for a Unix system, do it in PERL

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02 Apr 2013, 10:02 am

some C++.



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05 Apr 2013, 5:57 am

C, Awk, Sed, bash, and Perl. I know the basics of Nasm. I dabble in Java, and Python. Any other language is easy to just pick up if needed.



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05 Apr 2013, 6:40 am

For those of you addicted to Object Oriented languages I have not heard a peep about Small Talk, the grand daddy of the Object Oriented languages. Nor have I seen hide nor hair of Algol, ADA, Snobol or PL-1 around here. That is what happens when one is a pre-historic programmer or, if you will, a cave-programmer. An algorithmic Neanderthal.

LISP anyone? Fortran? Jovial? Pascal? COBOL (! !! !! !!) Am I the last surviving programmer from Atlantis?

Here is a list of them all: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_pr ... _languages



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05 Apr 2013, 6:55 am

Uh... Python and Java?
I feel inadequate :lol:


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05 Apr 2013, 8:54 am

Shatbat wrote:
Uh... Python and Java?
I feel inadequate :lol:


Learn one procedural language, one object oriented language, one mark-up language, and SQL and you have them ALL. Minor differences in syntax do not change the essence.

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05 Apr 2013, 12:13 pm

Mostly just C++ here. I also know some Java and C#, and intend to learn more pure C and assembly.



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05 Apr 2013, 12:37 pm

Ahaseurus2000 wrote:
Currently I'm studying Java and Python, and know C.

What programming languages do you know?


At various points I've programmed in:

Ada
Smalltalk
Fortran
Modula 2
Lisp
Prolog
SQL
VAX Macro Assembler
Java
Basic
Visual Basic
C / C++
VB.NET
C#
Perl
Python



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05 Apr 2013, 2:58 pm

ScrewyWabbit wrote:
Ahaseurus2000 wrote:
Currently I'm studying Java and Python, and know C.

What programming languages do you know?


At various points I've programmed in:

Ada
Smalltalk
Fortran
Modula 2
Lisp
Prolog
SQL
VAX Macro Assembler
Java
Basic
Visual Basic
C / C++
VB.NET
C#
Perl
Python


VAX, Prolog and Modula 2? You must be one of the surviving programmers from Atlantis.

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05 Apr 2013, 6:34 pm

Have worked with:
- C
- Delphi
- PHP
- bash
- DOS batch files
- Javascript
- BASIC
- PIC 12/14/16xx assembly
- 8051 assembly
- 8085 assembly
- SQL
- a scripting language I created, with a sloppily designed interpreter

Have also played with:
- Java
- Ada
- Python
- C#
- C++

Also worked with HTML, CSS, and a wide range of single-purpose file formats (some of them XML based). A bit out-of-date though.



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06 Apr 2013, 7:25 am

In no particular order:

  • 8086/87 assembly
  • C
  • C++
  • C#
  • F#
  • Pascal
  • Delphi
  • BASIC
  • Blitz Basic/3D
  • SQL
  • XML
  • (X)HTML
  • DOS Batch
  • Perl
  • Java
  • Javascript
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Lua
  • CSS
Plus a handful of script languages I've designed myself and wrote compilers/interpreters for.


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06 Apr 2013, 10:55 am

ruveyn wrote:
ScrewyWabbit wrote:
Ahaseurus2000 wrote:
Currently I'm studying Java and Python, and know C.

What programming languages do you know?


At various points I've programmed in:

Ada
Smalltalk
Fortran
Modula 2
Lisp
Prolog
SQL
VAX Macro Assembler
Java
Basic
Visual Basic
C / C++
VB.NET
C#
Perl
Python


VAX, Prolog and Modula 2? You must be one of the surviving programmers from Atlantis.

ruveyn


Courtesy of my computer science degree coursework at University, circa 1991-1993 time frame - I thought most of these things were archaic, even back then, but they were effective at teaching some core programming concepts.