What programming/scripting languages do you know?

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Web oriented:
HTML, CSS, DHTML, DSHTML, JavaScript, VBScript and ASP (not much)

Core:
QBasic (basics, syntax etc.)

And I' m planning to learn on till I' m at the binair (1-0) of the computer...
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hmm
PHP
HTML

and thats basically i know, SOME

Basic
JavaScript

i know the concept but all i know is what my friend told me over aim lol and i bet you u gave me a quiz i fould FLUNK!
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Languages:
Perl
C/C++
Basic
VB
Java

Not Quite Languages:
HTML
CSS
JavaScript
LotusScript (as if that even counts as a scripting language)

Most of what I write is in Perl. One of these days I intend to do something with PHP, but I haven't had a critical need to do so yet - or any spare time for that matter.

Most of my background is as a network administrator, though for the past three years I've done little other than development work of some kind or another.

This

*edit*
I finally started working with PHP
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HTML(all)
PHP(starting)
that's about it!
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Server-side:
PHP :D
ASP (VBScript)
getting into COM components

Client-Side:
Javascript (although browser compatability makes me mad)

Markup:
HTML 4+
XHTML 1
CSS 2
XML (getting it slowly)

Fiddling with:
C
C++
C#
Java

My interest doesn't really lay in web development, it is just a means to an end, more interested in the low-level stuff and 3D graphics programming just haven't had the time to dig into it yet :roll:
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I know:

VB (VB and .NET) (This are the ones I use al the time
HTML (not as much as I want to)
ASP (not too much, because I switch to ASP.NET)
ASP.NET
C/C++
Java (I just can modify a program, not write my own)
Flash (just the basics)
VBA
VbScript
...
Fortran, Cobol, Pascal... LOL :wha: :rofl:

Databases:
Mostly SQL Server
Oracle (a few year ago)
Informix (some)

Wishes: :cry:
PHP
More Java
Perl
... and a lot more I can't remember

Larz*
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Hello,

I've programmed in a lot of languages. Mostly chronological:

C64 basic
Machine Language
Assembly
GWBasic
C
Pascal ( ugh. I hate to admit this one...it was just once in high school honest...)
SQL
ODBC
HTML - ( its a markup, not a programming, language. theres no loops!!)
C++
Perl
ksh
korn
Java
Javascript
ASP
PHP
CLI ( Call Level Interface - Non Microsoft ODBC... )
Trans Basic ( anyone know this one? )

Ugh there are probably more I just can't think of them right now.

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I posted mine in the "Introduce Yourself" forum.
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Lets see here:

HTML
XHTML
XML (some)
CSS (learning)
PHP (fairly well)

Lol thats about it. All Ive ever done is webdesign, no real programming.
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Hum...

HTML
Currently learning JavaScript
...
...


That's all :wink:
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Since 98 i learnt how to compile a prog with MASM32 :oops: :oops: :oops:

List follows:

PHP ---> I think i love it
CSS ---> Man i hope PHP ain't jealous
HTML ---> I think i knew it before (Previous life designer???)
Javascript ---> Make my own scripts
VB ---> I can make some progs :P
C++ ---> Cool. Never liked it though
ASM --> I think changing disassembly code is better
Java ---> Read a book but i went like :shock: :shock: :shock: when i finished it.
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Quote:
ASM --> I think changing disassembly code is better


u got to be joking :shock:
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PHP > most
CSS > all
HTML > all
Javascript > some
perl > most
xml > some
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madmonk wrote:
Quote:
ASM --> I think changing disassembly code is better



u got to be joking :shock:


Nop :)
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I know HTML. I know the basics of Visual Basics from a class i took last year at school, and this year i am taking an Oracle Certification class at school and we are taking our Oracle SQL certification test next week WOO HOO! :)
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i like to program in asp and php, but among others i like delphi, java, and probably soon gtk+ for linux and cocoa for mac os x :P
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C/C++ (VC++ with MFC)
PHP
MySQL
Java
Javascript
DOS scripting
A very, very small introductory knowledge of assembler
Some VB that is fading very fast
Oh ya, at one point, I knew Pascal . . .
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C++ fairly well
A little Assembly language
Some HTML

By the time I'm done with school I'm sure I'll have added quite a few others to the list.
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I know a few scripting languages:
Actionscript
Javascript
HTML

I have no idea what the difference between htm and html is though...
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Well i've been into programming since highschool: The languages I used are in chronological order:

1) Basic - nostalgic programming at its best
2) Pascal - 4th year high
3) Visual Basic - Fell in love with it! I currently use it for making GUI for my programs
4) C&C++ College

I'm currently studying Java at home! And when I have time I play PC games also! ^_^
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I have learned several programming languages over the past couple of years. I'm better at some than others. I guess it all comes down to what you use on a daily basis.

C++ (Not too good, but don't use it that often)
Java (Better at it than C++, but still don't use it much)
PHP (Use it all the time so fairly proficient with it)
Perl (Same as with PHP...always using it)
Flash ActionScript (Always using it)
HTML (Not too bad)
CSS (Just started learning it)

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Just

php
Delphi $ Pascal
Visual Basic
javascript (little)

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A little C++
Perl
Fortran 77
Javascript
VB

php is my next goal :wink:
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i know

java (new)
php (very very new)
html (advanced)
actionscript (int/adv)
css (advanced)
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I know how to get girls, Is that programming ? :oops:
heheheh
ask me about it :lol:
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I program in SAS (for work) - nothing to do with the web but I am damn good at it! :oops:

Right now, I'm knee-deep in HTML, Perl, PHP and Javascript books and loving it! What can I say, I needed a challenge!
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i am just wondering how much ppl know.
eg.
html/xhtml, php, java, css, etc.

and if iwas going to learn them which is the order that u would suggest. because i dont no wat to learn next.

thanks

(sorri if i posted this in the wrong place but i couldnt decide to put it in the general forum or website design forum.)
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With my brief visits here, I've realized that this is the most advanced forum out there. There are a lot of tech savvy guru's here that will help you. I know HTML, PHP, ASP, VB Script, JavaScript, CSS, MySQL, MS SQL, PostgreSQL, etc...

After HTML, JavaScript, CSS

I would start PHP/MySQL or ASP/MS Access.
Which technology you decide on I guess would be personal preference.

Good Luck!
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thanks i was kinda deciding to do java script or css next but i am gonna go with your idea and do javascript next.
thanks again
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To start, I would learn HTML and CSS.

Here's an excellent beginner's HTML tutorial. http://tranchant.plus.com/web/html-tutorial/

I recommend this site because the author makes it clear what HTML should be used for: Markup (structure); not presentation. In other words, HTML is used to markup the various parts of you website. If you have a paragraph, mark it up as such.
Code: [ Select ]
<p>This is a paragraph...</p>
If you have a heading, then use the appropriate tag:
Code: [ Select ]
<h1>this is a heading</h1>


CSS is used for presentation. CSS is where you define what fonts are used, font sizes, colors, positioning, etc. Here's a good place to start:
http://www.westciv.com/style_master/aca ... ideas.html

Well, you'll get a better understanding of what I mean if you go through the tutorials.

Also, get a good text editor with syntax highlighting. It will make your coding endeavors a bit more pleasurable. I like Crimson Editor. It's free and supports html, css, javascript, plus many other programming languages.

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