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  • C/C++

    45 83.33%
  • Basic

    2 3.70%
  • Java

    2 3.70%
  • Delphi

    0 0%
  • FoxPro

    1 1.85%
  • Other

    4 7.41%

Favourite Programming Language

This is a discussion on Favourite Programming Language within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; I like C/C++. Is Python a scripting language? I might also want to try that. I would like to try ...

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    I like C/C++.

    Is Python a scripting language? I might also want to try that.

    I would like to try LISP if I could just find some good books on it. I heard that there was an emacs LISP. At any rate the language is used a lot in AI research.

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    Python is usually lumped in with languages like Perl.

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    lol
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    C/C++. Java sucks ass (well okay, not all of it is bad but I loathe Swing).

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    Yes, Python would have been my choice too. I often try to write the working code with Python before making the faster and ugly version with C/C++.
    Python interpreter is a really good for testing purposes. It allowes you to test the code before writing it and it means that you can write the program once without debugging it at all. Python is very beatiful too: it looks like a pseudo code.
    I am not using Dev-C++.
    #!/usr/bin/env python
    import sys;file=open(sys.argv[0]);print file.read();file.close()

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    Lol whatever ...
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    Originally posted by Ruski
    lol
    what is so freakin funny? If you're just posting to raise your post count, knock it off... I'll report you to the mods and they'll make your count stuck at 2.

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    Originally posted by raimo
    Yes, Python would have been my choice too. I often try to write the working code with Python before making the faster and ugly version with C/C++.
    Python interpreter is a really good for testing purposes. It allowes you to test the code before writing it and it means that you can write the program once without debugging it at all. Python is very beatiful too: it looks like a pseudo code.
    I hear that it can also be used with QT.

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    This is an interesting article about GTK, QT, and PyQT.

    http://phil.freehackers.org/kde/cmp-toolkits.html
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    Originally posted by ober5861


    what is so freakin funny? If you're just posting to raise your post count, knock it off... I'll report you to the mods and they'll make your count stuck at 2.
    I wasnt laughing at you!
    what does signature stand for?

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    C++, Java, and what's that ugly work...Cobol

    -fox

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    Originally posted by ober5861


    what is so freakin funny? If you're just posting to raise your post count, knock it off... I'll report you to the mods and they'll make your count stuck at 2.
    Far out...settle down

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    grrrr, C and C++ are not the same thing

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    Is there a very big difference?
    what does signature stand for?

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    I also voted for BASIC.
    "A computer is this amazingly fast.....but stupid machine." - C++ for dummies

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