Whats your favourite language?

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  1. Dude111

    Dude111 Member Guru

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    Or should I say what are you THE BEST IN??


    For me i would say BASIC .. I have a c64 and i am QUITE GOOD (Written some programs,etc)


    I have also used Apple computers back in the 80s and its basic is SLIGHLTY DIFFERENT but i still was OK with it.....

    Lately i have been doing some HTML stuff,nothing big but some :)
     
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    Anarion Ancient Guru

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    I do like Java but when it comes to HTML&CSS, that's where I'm really good at. I can do pretty much anything I want and in most cases really quickly. I'm not that good in JS yet but it's pretty straight forward and I have done some stuff with it.
     
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    Ya programming in JAVA is nice because stuff will work ON ANY OS. (Java and flash are basically universal)
     
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    Possibly Ruby. Its hard to say, Erlang has a special place in my heart alongside Scala, but Ruby seems to be the language that seems so easy.
     

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    C++ is the language I am best at. C# is a close second. Followed by python.
     
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    What about C++11? Newer is better right? :D
     
  7. Tat3

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    Easy, C#.
     
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    I am a self taught HTML and CSS guy. I became quite good with PHP is the last couple of years but I read that it might be on it's way out. Hoping to learn and master Ruby by next year.

    Anybody here tried Codecademy to learn how to code?
     
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    C# through .NET. Nothing else comes close.

    APL is fun though, in an insane type of way...
     
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    first i've heard of it

    newer doesn't exactly mean better either, stick with what you know mostly (I think)
     

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    proliferazor Master Guru

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    c++11 is the new c++. It replaces it. It is backwards compatible.

    It's a great update too, includes memory management classes, move semantics, proper enums, for each loops, full multi threading support classes, auto keyword for type deduction, initializer lists, lambdas, nullptr keyword for null pointers ( instead of the #define NULL or 0), and much more.
     
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    My favorite language is English.

    What are we talking about? Programming languages?
    In that case: HTML and CSS are not programming languages...
     
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    C++ is my native language of choice :) (and yes, C++11 is mostly preferred, where available)
     
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    Hmm, sounds interesting, but it's 2 years past my programming prime.
     
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    Java, i know ****ing amount of things about it, but i'm switching to C++ soon so... :)
     

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    Yes -- this is the "Programming/Html" message base after all :)
     
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    My best? PHP.

    I really like C# though.
     
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    HTML is Markup 'Language' and CSS is Style Sheet 'Language'.

    j/k.

    Anyway, the most used language for me is C#.NET nowadays.

    Script wise, been using Javascript with some js lib (dojo and jQuery) for a while.
     
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    I find Pascal and Modula 2 easiest to read at a later date.
    Like when you find some old code thats not well documented and wonder what it does.
    They are also dead simple to code in, almost like coding in English.

    My favourite language to program in is machine code/assembler lol.
    I only used it for specialised routines for obscurity or speed, but its the most fun.

    Visual Basic is neat for knocking up quick tools in Windows.
    It used to be slow, but PCs today are so quick it doesnt matter much.

    For making small databases, MSAccess is ace and supports VB for great messingaroundiness.
     
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    C# (it was orgasm almost when I met LINQ) and PowerShell script. Pascal was good. Assembler was cool. Clipper was cool for DBs.
    Loooong time ago were PL/1, Fortran and mainframe assembler. BTW latter is much more readable and understandable then Intel assembler.

    Also I was impressed by TI DSPs assembler (and by DSP operations on the whole).
     
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