What programming/scripting languages do you know?

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Cold Fusion :twisted:
And of course I know HTML, some Java Script, Flash, and stuff.
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I am programmer and web-developer .
I know
HTML ,
JavaScript ,
PHP ;
some Java
but not web only . I think , forget traditional programming is unreason .
I use
C/C++ for dos (turbo c compiler)
Borland C++ 5.0 for Win32
ASSEMBLER
I learn Assembler because i inclined to reach essence of anything .
Knowledge of Assembler help me to programming on all languages .

sorry by my english :)
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I'm teaching some programming languages....
I used to be using FORTRAN, PL/I, ALGOL, PASCAL, BASIC, SMALLTALK, OPS5, Assembler for Z80/8086/6502, and so on,,, almost forgotten, and used to try to learn COBOL, APL, etc. but gave up. Now I can teach you, C, Objective-C, Java, Lisp, Prolog, csh-script, awk, and HTML, and am on my way of learning C++, ruby, and perl. More languages I'd like to learn are Max/MSP and IntelligentPad. Because I don't have enough skill on ruby or perl, I usually make a CGI program by combination of csh-script and awk, and sometimes by C language.
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Steen wrote:
I know how to program in HTM but I haven't figured out HTML just yet.


I wanted an HTML programmer, but sorry you only know HTM. Let me when you are ready with HTML!!
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I know:
- Haskell
- VB/VBA/VB .net
- PHP
- JAVA
- C (a little)

Script/Markup:
- HTML
- CSS (a little)
- javascript

I will be learning XML and releated, ASP .NET
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I know HTML, and I am learning Perl.
I am following the book "learn Perl in a weekend" by Thomas Nowers, everything is going great, except that when I try to save a file writen on windows 98 notepad as .pl, it just saves as a text file.

I'm in a bit of a tizz, so please help.:?:
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sambell13 wrote:
....when I try to save a file writen on windows 98 notepad as .pl, it just saves as a text file.

I'm in a bit of a tizz, so please help.:?:


Just rename the file (change file extension from .txt to .pl). And when you save the file in notepad change the field ?Save as type? to ?All Files? instead ?Text Documents (*.txt)?
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Does anyone know OZ programming language?
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sambell13 wrote:
I know HTML, and I am learning Perl.
I am following the book "learn Perl in a weekend" by Thomas Nowers, everything is going great, except that when I try to save a file writen on windows 98 notepad as .pl, it just saves as a text file.

I'm in a bit of a tizz, so please help.:?:


When you save the file, under the filename, you'll notice a select box that says "Text document (*.txt)". If you click that and choose "All Files" notepad will save with the extension you want instead of using .txt.
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Steen wrote:
I know how to program in HTM but I haven't figured out HTML just yet.




This is bloody hilarious!!!
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im a computer science student -- a programmer by heart :D
i know perl, php, c/c++, lisp, cobol, prolog, java and javascript, and a bit of visual basic...

my favorite among these is JAVA...
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Just learned brainf*ck! http://www.muppetlabs.com/~breadbox/boyfriend/

Only 8 characters in the language '+', '-', '<', '>', ',', '.', '[' and ']', but you can write any program in boyfriend (assuming you can redirect standard input and output to any i/o device you need to use)

Definitely going to write everything in boyfriend from now on, NOT!
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lol: that boyfriend sounds like fun!

anyhoo, this is everything I know (started learning 1 year and a bay ago!)
in order I learnt then.

YaBasic (All forgotten now...)
Pascal (Never got round to doing any graphics, just as well really...)
Visual Basic (I'm pretty good at this, but could do with learning more...)
Actionscript(The one for flash, I've just about got the basics)
HTML (I know, I read most of the pages in this thread, It just makes my list look longer...)
CSS (A tiny bit...)
Javascript
C (Just made my first hello world yesterday!)

err... I think that is it. not bad for a year, i also started to learn some DX8 for VB, but I don't know if I shouldn't just wait to use it in c... mebbie I'll have a look at that boyfriend... lol!
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These lists look sort of long, but that is countered by the fact that I do not know any of these languages well, except for boyfriend, User RPL, BASIC, and the markup languages which are not DocBook.

Plus, I listed multiple specifications of HTML, as if knowing the distinctions is important.

Programming languages:
boyfriend (it's my favorite)
User Reverse Polish LISP (it's really my favorite. For HP calculators)
System Reverse Polish LISP (but I like this one better)
Forth (a bit)
Scheme (this is cool)
C++ (I use it, but I haven't really learned it per se)
Perl (I use it so rarely that I have to check references all the time)
PHP (I don't like it, just because I'm a stooge. However, I wouldn't willingly use anything else for Web programming)
Java (I've written exactly one program with this language, total, and it is the most useful to other people of all that I have made)
BASIC (wrote a Tetris in Q-BASIC)
TI-Basic (which is technically not a form of BASIC. Most useless language ever, except for the fact that a calculator-sabatoge program I wrote and named "TETRIS" resulted in my stolen TI-83 being returned)
C# (wrote one program with this, too, and mostly other people did the work. However, I learned a lot of unused information about writing for tablet PCs in the process)

Markup Languages
HTML 2 (a nicely designed language)
HTML 3 (an interesting draft with nice features)
HTML 3.2 (documentation of proprietary crap)
HTML 4.01 (moved people away from proprietary crap, slowly)
XHTML 1.0 (technically speaking, it breaks compatibility with HTML, but does not break compatibility with any browsers, except for a couple. Completely useless; most people adopt it just because it's the newest standard and because it has an X at the beginning of its name)
XHTML 1.1 (an exercise in futility)
XHTML 2 (a great move in the right direction. Will take a long time to become adopted, if that ever happens. Still has problems from the fact that it is XML)
UTD (an interesting and incomplete proposal that would be great if it were further developed. see http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/data/utd.html )
DocBook (learned it for fun, forgot it too)
DHTML (wtf, there is no such thing as DHTML. Anybody who uses the term "DHTML" should be shot. Do you think I am joking?)

Hated Languages
Javascript (the amount of times it is used wisely does not make up for the amount it is misused)
TI-89-Basic (just about the most badly-designed language ever, which is a shame for something that would otherwise be rather powerful, for a calculator)
C# (I just don't like how the name is also the name of a set of exponentially related frequencies of sound)
B flat (just kidding. Not a funny joke, eh?)
Flash (I don't hate Flash; I just hate people who use it when they don't need to. I love Flash, actually)
HTML As Stored In Many People's Minds and As Many People Write It (the language is just useless when people only care about the visual presentation in a select group of browsers)
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I only know 10-15 languages but with that spread the potential to learn a required language in a week is high. Retention is the biggest trick and the only good reason that I don't study all languages. Maybe another question for this forum is what languages do you consider important OR how would you group languages (ie. c,c++,java,js,php or basic,vb,vbs all one group)?

The truth is that most languages are modeled after others and simply have different built-ins and a couple or twist(which are the main reason for their existence)
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Oooh, so now I get to group them! :)

-- human languages --
Comprehensible:
English
French
Esperanto

Incomprehensible:
FFF00 (this is a real human language, based off of Reverse Polish logic. Let's just say it has word endings for connecting other words together. And it only exists in written form; spoken form is purely tonal.)

-- programming languages --

Group 1: Novelty
boyfriend

Group 2: Reverse Polish logic / Forth languages
User Reverse Polish LISP
System Reverse Polish LISP
Forth

Group 3: Scheme
Scheme

Group 4: The C-like languages (not picking C for any special reason)
C++
Java
Perl
PHP
BASIC
C#

Group 5: Crappy BASIC-ish languages that are just not fun
TI-83-Basic
TI-89-Basic
"HP-BASIC"

Group 5a: Better calculator languages
TI-85/86-Basic

-- markup languages --

Group 6: Markup Languages that had a chance to be good
HTML 2
HTML 3

Group 7a: Good markup languages (XML)
DocBook
XHTML 2

Group 7b: not XML-based
UTD

Group 7: Markup Languages w/ joke semantics
HTML 3.2
HTML 4.01
XHTML 1.0
XHTML 1.1 (an exercise in futility)
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So, I would put c,c++,java,js,php AND basic,vb,vbs AND perl,pascal into one group. It's not little things about syntax that matter; all those languages have functions and such working the same way. After all, C# is directly mappable into one of the versions of Visual Basic. (VB .NET I guess.) I suppose you could subgroup them into categories, such as object oriented vs. non, etc. But syntax ancestry only matters on a superficial level.
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ASP
PHP
PERL
XML (a bit)
C/C++ (barely remember any though from school)
JAVA (barely remember any though from school)
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I am ok with C but not really good, C++ has frightened me a bit so i didnt read and wrote too much in it, i am quite good at perl and good in php (but my MySQL and Postgre knowledge isnt good).

My favorite programming language is ruby though, i like the philosophy behind it. But, mind you, i am really bad at OOP, and without it you are at least one stage below the next ... stage, especially if you work on projects using/extending classes and libs. :/

PHP is very fine though, much simpler than C++ IMHO and you can proceed learning at a rather fast pace. Perl is also great, but i found the advanced parts a bit tricky (ie hard to learn for me)


HTML, XML, CSS is much simpler IMO

XML is very good btw...
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Proficient in the following although haven't used several of them for years - know others but not well enough to list.
VBasic 6
Vbasic NET
VBasicScript
ASP
C/C++
Fortran
COBOL (VCobol, MSCobol, DECCobol, Wang Cobol)
ASM *86
SQL (Orical, mysql)
Focus
Basic (QBasic, CBasic, GWBasic, MSBasic, *UnivacBasic)
Perl/CGI

and of course NPLs
HTML
XHTML
JAVA Script

* Univac was the first computer I delt with
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Pascal :oops: and PHP
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Im working on

C++ (decent... took a 50 hour course from one of the EverQuest programmers)

Java Script (... I can tweak um to my will but that about all)

VB (I dont really like it but I can use it very little bit)

HTML (I am pretty skilled with HTML and run my Schools Website)

Dont mind the frontpage I dont like it at all but I didnt make that the administrator thought he would take care of that one... but the rest of the setup is done by me. Also the pics that are missing and stuff for the time... people done give me anything LOL I cant work without files for some reason they think we can write everything into existence.
http:\\www.scjvs.com
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ummm... Is Budweiser a programming language...?

No?

Oh, well then...

VB
ActionScript (Flash MX)
JavaScript
HTML (not a progtramming language either??? dang!)
XML, CSS and all those cousins...
ASP
SQL if you wanna let it be a language...

An yes, I used to code in ol' good GWBasic... :)
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GWBasic! Aaaagggh! yay for Bywater Basic! :)
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PHP
HTML
C++

I'm no expert but I like to think I'm way beyond being a newb. :)
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i now know c++ very well...
4 months into learning Java...
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php
mysql
javascript
html
pascal
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Currently learning
Perl
cgi
php
java

Learn
javascript
html
asp.net(done shopping cart, login,messageboard during my schooling)
jsp(done shopping cart, login during my schooling)
flash(not very good at actionscript,don't get the time to explore it)
lotus note(learn before but forget most of it) :wink:
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Well isn't this a nerdy bunch? *sigh* Yes, I too am a nerd.

There are pages and pages of very impressive programmers here, I'll add my meager list to the masses.

Languages in the spotlight:
Java (JSP, Servlets & Applets, Beans, etc)
ColdFusion MX
Actionscript (if it counts seperately from javascript)
VB .NET (I say this but I lie - I only know VB6) :(
XML
SQL
C/C++
Languages everybody should know:
HTML
Javascript
Languages I wish I could forget:
DELPHI
COBOL
BASIC (MS and calc versions)
ASM (oh god the nightmares are flooding back)
And the apex of all languages:
LOGO (ahh the memories)
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PHP ( thats the language i can do best... i think :P )
MYSQL
JAVASCRIPT
HTML
C++
VB
ASP ( Crappy ) :roll:

thats it... i tried ASP at my work but i couldn't fix it how i liked it...
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I am pretty good with C.

Other languages I've used in the past:
- C++ (used to be better, till i forgot inheritence/polymorphism)
- Qbasic (crappy, haven't used it in years.)
- x86 Assembly (Know little, teacher was crap...have to retake the course)

Other scripting languages I know
- HTML (I know a bit of the language, but always forgot about how to use certain tags)
- Kornshell (used to be pretty good about a year ago...now only intermediate)
- C shell (was taught this in the same class as the Kornshell...although not as well as Kornshell)

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