View Poll Results: Favorite non C/C++ Programming Langauge

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  • BASIC

    0 0%
  • C#

    0 0%
  • Delphi

    2 20.00%
  • Java

    2 20.00%
  • Pascal

    2 20.00%
  • Perl

    3 30.00%
  • Python

    1 10.00%

Your favorite "other" programming langauge

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    Your favorite "other" programming langauge

    So what is it?
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    It won't let the creator of the poll modify it .
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    But then I'd waste the oh so valueable 3 votes already recieved .
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    I thought Delphi & Pascal sould be 1 option.

    As far as I know (yeah..you'll correct me if I'm wrong..) Delphi uses Pascal as its base??

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    Doh .
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    Bit of a small list to choose from

    a bigger list

    Besides, which language I use depends on the problem being solved.
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    assemblyyyyyyyyyy
    behold the faithless one and his angel

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    Talking I want my ASM...

    ASM all-the-way, baby!

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    AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!
    Salem Why are you showing up as just a member and not a moderator?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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    from those choices if i had to use on im thinking Perl...

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    ok why do i keep double posting??? i deleted my double post's so it wouldn't clog up the thread but it keeps happening...

    BTW: the two previous unregistered posts are mine

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    Schemes is fun, but your not going to get
    the kind of performance of the other languages
    though (:

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    true, but the point is that Perl is a very powerful language and does powerful things with greater ease...

    the broke the DVD encryption in 7 lines of code...

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