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Programming Languages

Programming Languages   45 members have voted

  1. 1. What languages do you program in? (All Platforms)

    • C/C++/C#/Obj-C (All Compilers)
      20
    • Java/Java Script
      17
    • Visual Basic/VBScript
      18
    • Pascal (All Compilers)
      7
    • Assembler
      9
    • Unix Shell (Borne/Korn/Bash/etc)
      6
    • DOS Batch/Command (.BAT/.CMD)
      18
    • Perl
      4
    • PHP
      18
    • Ruby
      2
    • Python
      2
    • AutoIT
      9
    • HTML/CSS/ASP/etc (HTTP-WEB)
      24
    • Other (Please post below)
      8
    • None (I don't program)
      7

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For my Unix stuff, I use C, borne shell, and perl. For Windows, I use AutoIT and VBScript. For stuff that runs on a microcontroller or a digital signal processor, I use either C or assembler depending on what I am trying to do. I couldn't beleive how many programing languages are out there. There was WAY too many to list on the poll. I know of Cobol, Forth, Fortran, Lisp, Logo, Ada to name a few.

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VC++, VB, VBS, ASP.NET, HTML, CSS and Command Script.

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VC++, Assembler, Javascript, VBS, .bat/.cmd, PHP, HTML

Edited by mau-yong
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Desktop Programming:

BASIC (C64/QBasic), Turbo Pascal 6/7, Visual Basic 3/4/5/6, C# 1.0/1.1/2.0

Scripting:

JScript, VBScript, DOS Batch Files, mIRC scripting, ActionScript

Web Languages:

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, ASP, PHP

Databasing:

T-SQL (SQL Server), Jet/OleDB SQL (Access), MySQL

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JAVA and JAVASCRIPT should not be together.

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If it can't be done in C, it can't be done :)

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Scripting:

JScript, VBScript, DOS Batch Files, mIRC scripting, ActionScript

Ahhh, now *that* takes me back! I used to make mIRC do some really neat stuff back in the day. Surprisingly capable program, even if didn't scale well...but it wasn't meant to :)
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<snipped; no interest>

A little experience in Basic, VB Scripts, DOS Batch, smattering of Assembler, HP COBOL (one of first Client-Server-oriented).

Assembler, however, is my favorite.

Edited by submix8c
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Labview, IBM PC assembly, basic, dos. The ones I dont use anymore, or much - Fortran II, Fortran IV, Fortran 76, APL, PL1, Focal, DEC PDP-8 assembly, DEC - snowbol (like Cobol), Pascal, Lisp, RDOS (Data General), Focus.

I guess I am old.

Edited by RJM
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well for me ive learned these languages and still use them

C/C++/C#/Obj-C

Java/Java Script

Visual Basic/VBScript

DOS Batch/Command (.BAT/.CMD)

Perl

PHP

AutoIT

HTML/CSS/ASP/etc (HTTP-WEB)

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C

AutoHotKey (voted AutoIt because they are very similar and in fact AHK is a fork of AutoItv2)

HTML

Unix shell, batch files

And my favourite: OCaml/Objective-Caml.

I need to say why this language is my favourite : developping is fast, code is portable, programs are robust (static types *automatically* determined at compile time which lets you have complicated types) and fast (~1.2*C_time), functionnal programming (List.iter (Printf.printf "%s\n") my_list;; are really nice things), language is powerful and expressive though cryptic for the beginner.

Problems ? None with the language, some with the libraries which are sometimes lacking (*sometimes*, you usually have everything you need).

I know this isn't about comparing computer languages but I needed to make some advertisement for this one which is not known enough. :)

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If it can't be done in C, it can't be done :)

:thumbup

C/C++ is my primary choice also.

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whats wrong with delphi 7?

or is that when it started to include evil dot net

i know html and a bit of css with it

at the moment im learning to use vb 6

i attempted to learn c++ but i kind of got distracted

yay 700 posts

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I started with some Basic and Assembly ages ago, writing my own slot machine. Once we had a 286, I wrote hundreds of Batch-files. Ah, the memories! ;) From there on I learned some Perl and Visual Basic. Around the same time I learned HTML, CSS, JavaScript, VBScript and later ASP. And of all this, I believe that I use my Batch and HTML knowledge most ;)

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JavaScript, HTML, CSS, AutoIT, PHP, DOS Batch.

I would think that ActionScript is a language?

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As hard as ActionScript 3.0 can be to use, yes, it is a language.

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Well, I use CSS, HTML, JavaScript (NOT the same as Java!) etc. a lot for web design. I'm learning both VBscript and Visual Basic. I'm learning assembly for my TI-84+, and as for my other vote, that goes to TI-BASIC, the easiest, coolest language on earth, at least while sitting in math class feeling bored and having nothing better to do than program. or play tetris. on the calc. :thumbup Oh, and batch scripting but that doesn't really count, at least not on the level I use it.

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Still learning here, so I am on, you guest it, VB, i'm learning pretty fast though, built my first System Monitoring Tool without any help, it tells me a lot of stuff about the system, anyway, planning on moving to bigger things soon. :)

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I mainly program in assembly language and (sometimes) use C/C++ as a wrapper. I hate software bloat.

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HTML, CSS, PHP, Javascript here. Mostly simple web-based programming for now.

.. well, I used to do work with batch alot in the past for simple application-like scripts when I needed to whip one together. I did try to learn Assembly as well but there are very few somewhat-usable tutorials available >.>

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