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Infinity December 4th, 2007 02:23 PM

What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
I thought it might be interesting to see who like to program in what. Personally, I do almost all of my programming in Java, although I do have some knowledge of C++. (I can also program in GWBASIC. :lol: :roll: ) I have some basic knowledge of HTML as well, but nothing fancy.

cknapp December 4th, 2007 03:37 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
There's actually already a topic on this, posted here

I prefer Scheme, although I have a much more complete understanding of Java. This winter will hopefully change that.

CRGreathouse December 6th, 2007 07:34 AM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
C or C++, C#, sometimes perl or Forth. Most days I prefer Java to GWBASIC, some days I prefer GWBASIC to Java. Of course switch that to MS QBasic and it's a lot closer.

Infinity December 7th, 2007 06:02 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
GWBASIC pseudo code for Dummies:

While(true)
{
...
104 do this
105 do that
106 do this
107 do that
Oh dear, I forgot to tell it to do 'the other thing' back on line 34. :lol:
*Shifts line numbers*
}

CRGreathouse December 7th, 2007 09:51 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
Silly, that's why you're supposed to number lines with multiples of 10 in GW-BASIC. That way you can add lines later without renumbering.

:?

Kind of makes me feel old... though admittedly GW-BASIC was my second programming language, learned around the age of 9.

Infinity December 8th, 2007 07:39 AM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
Yes, I know, I always numbered mine in multiples of 10 too. I have programmed quite a bit in GW-BASIC, and actually created some pretty good graphics, too.

Miriverite May 6th, 2008 06:32 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
C++, Java, Perl, Ruby
and for Web: XHTML/CSS, PHP

CRGreathouse May 7th, 2008 07:39 AM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
Any thoughts on HTML 4.01 vs. XHTML 1 vs. XHTML 2 vs. HTML 5?

Miriverite May 11th, 2008 09:22 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
I haven't had much experience with XHTML 2.0, but XHTML 1.0 all the way <3

CRGreathouse May 12th, 2008 05:46 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
I'm a 4.01 man myself. XHTML isn't even parsed as XML, so I never understood the point. I must admit, though, that XHTML 2 looks a lot more interesting than HTML 5.0.

johnny May 25th, 2008 10:19 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
Well, I am planning to learn more C++ this coming summer. C++ is a great language (I tried the programming C++ a little bit before).

Imanuel4u January 8th, 2009 05:35 AM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
I needs to be C++. I am a programmer with iYogi.net and using C++ for many years.

cknapp January 8th, 2009 06:04 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
At this point I'm mostly working with Haskell... Good libraries, a lot of tools for abstraction, and no manual memory management (of course, this also means C/C++ beat it at memory usage.)

Also, it's fun. :D

earl jay January 19th, 2009 09:37 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
hmm for me i prefer C language in making my program, coz it's more easy to use it and the codes we used in programming using the C language is more relative to our natural language..it's also the programming language we used in our school.:)

orunappi January 21st, 2009 05:36 PM

Re: What language(s) do you prefer to program in?
 
How do you keep up with the standards of XHTML? Work through the long and tiring documentation?


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