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Which programming languages do you know?

Discussion in 'HTML, Graphics & Programming' started by Kraminka, May 2, 2015.

  1. Ajvanho

    Ajvanho New Member

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    JavaScript, C#, C++, Pawn, a good part of Shading
     
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    Just PHP really. Although I know some R, and Prolog too, for my sins! :D
     
  3. oldhat

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    First learned LISP in 1984, then BASIC, Pascal, AMOS, Rexx, E, C, Assembler(MOS6502, Motorola680x0), etc. Forgot most of it though, mostly just dable in HTML, CSS & Javascript now...
     
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    How did you start learning C++? I tried it once, but couldn't find any real guides and stuff :/

    Me myself, I know some html, php, css, javascript and some basic
     
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    Actually, I learnt in in university at first. But there's TOOOONS of documentation of C++, the best documentation are the sites cppreference and cplusplus.
    If you're a real beginner you could just watch some tutorials of Bucky or so on youtube to get the grasp of the basics.
    If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask me
     
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    Where do I begin, haha...
    • Did about 2 years of Pascal when I was at sixth-form college
    • 4 years of Java at university
    • Did a few bits of C, Perl, Haskell and Ruby at university.
    • About 2-3 years of PHP
    • Been using HTML since I was about 6 years old, so I got that covered a
    • Have about 3 years of JavaScript knowledge (and about a year's worth of nodejs)
    • About a year's experience of C++, but definitely wouldn't call myself proficient at it!
    • Just started a new job that relies on ASPNET, so doing a crash-course on C#
    I think that's all I've worked
     

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