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Any programmers ?

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by jayanthi, Sep 15, 2016.

  1. jayanthi

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    What is your favorite programming language ?
    Mine is python and c++.
    Solved some interesting problem with programming. share it with me.
     
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    I like Pawn.
     
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    I'm currently studying Computer Science (A-level) in College and we use Visual Basic... i Much prefer Python though :/
     
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    never heard of pawn .machine level?
     
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    I like JavaScript.... ^^; my dad introduced me and my brother to programming and my brother was like "F**k dis sh*t." but I liked it. He introduced us to JavaScript and HTML so those two are my favorites! =)
     
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    I love C and C++. I also enjoy programming in Python. And I use C# for scripting in Unity.
     
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    I'm only on the beginning of programming, I'm learning C++ and HTML/CSS, I love HTML :3

    I'd love to learn Lua but I'm too lazy to get it and do everything to make it up XD
     
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    I use mostly Python for my job, and I use R as well. I can also work with some more (Java for instance), but less well (except for Matlab, which is relatively similar to R). I really like Python's elegancy, but I also enjoy Java code.

    I can also work with HTML, XML, CSS and some more related to web pages. I need them for my job as well sometimes. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:

    I'd like to learn some Ruby someday for Rails, but right now it's not too convenient for my job due to Python. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
     
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    My favorite coding language has to be python, just have a lot of experience with it I guess. A bit of HTML as well....
     
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    Python, C, Java, and I dont program in it anymore but i really liked assembly
     
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    "pawn is a simple, typeless, 32-bit extension language with a C-like syntax. A pawn "source" program is compiled to a binary file for optimal execution speed. The pawn compiler outputs P-code (or bytecode) that subsequently runs on an abstract machine. Execution speed, stability, simplicity and a small footprint were essential design criteria for both the language and the abstract machine."

    The Pawn language
     
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    Wow, some love for assembly! Where did you use it for? :icon_bigg
     
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    I'd add a vote for Assembly language. Also, Basic (the original Basic, not Visual Basic) and FORTRAN. But, hey, I'm old school and started out on a TRS-80.:slight_smile:
     
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    Ah cool Quantumreality! What OS did you write codes for? :icon_bigg

    Fortran looks so foreign to me. :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
     
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    LOL! Well, my TRS-80 didn't have an OS. It only had 8K of RAM and a tape drive (no hard drives in those days for home PCs) - we upgraded it to 16K of RAM after a year - WOW! So I wrote all of my programs in Assembly or Basic on that computer.

    For FORTRAN, I was using a Government computer and the OS was unique to that mainframe. It was a pain in the a**! After I wrote my programs and compiled them, I invariably had a whole list of errors I had to go back and correct. On the positive side, I learned a heck of a lot about programming - and debugging - that way...:lol:

    But, honestly, it's been a long time since I last wrote code.
     
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    I've had a tiny bit of experience programming in C++ and Java. But I want to be a wizard and honestly I can't even figure out how to use the compiler sometimes for doing tutorials. X.X
     
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    Java and Python. Right now I'm learning C++.
     
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    Well...
    While swift is okay, Objective C and Ruby can go die in a hole somewhere. There's a special place in hell for ruby.

    Anyways: I know PHP and Javascript extremely well. I'm comfortable with Java and C++ (Don't know the android SDK though). I've worked a bit with Swift, Ruby, and Python but don't really enjoy programming in these languages. I have wanted to get more into Swift and C# but just haven't had much time.

    Fake "languages" (including scripting) that i've used extensively
    CSS, XML, YML, and Bash
     
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    You're one of those people that doesn't put the opening bracket on its own line! *hiss* :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes:
     
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    While whitespace is good, there is such thing as too much whitespace.