One Unique Universal Programming Language ?

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    As much as they want you to believe it is, Java is not a person.

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    One universal programming language would have more downsides then benifits, imo. By the time enough programmers learned it for it to be widely used, someone would invent something new that the language couldn't adapt too, and it than in turn is a pointless obsolete language.

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    RoD, you have your "than" and "then" mixed up. Go here to find out more:

    http://www.ruthvilmi.net/hut/help/grammar_help/
    Last edited by Leeman_s; 01-27-2003 at 05:29 PM.

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    So.. we can predict that Universal Programming Language is never possible.
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    There shouldn't be any universal language, because the different languages give programmers the chance to choose the one they feel is more suitable, so they become more creative or at least the job of programming is made easier.
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    Originally posted by Leeman_s
    RoD, you have your "than" and "then" mixed up. Go here to find out more:

    http://www.ruthvilmi.net/hut/help/grammar_help/
    ever hear of a typo? And i don't think bashing a mod in your title is appropriate, loser.

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    One single universally used programming won't ever be possible
    i think. Simply because whe need different programming
    language for different products. Whe can't write an high graphic
    benchmark with assembly, but whe can't write a piece of very
    fast code without using assembly.

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    There shouldn't be any universal language, because the different languages give programmers the chance to specialize in a language, making employers pay different coders to maintain old stuff and write in the language of the moment, so they become more creative or at least the job of programming is made easier.
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    The universal programming language is binary imo.
    But that just proves the point of why so many different languages exist because in theory, you can make anything with binary but would you want to?
    lol. Ill be damned when little kiddies toggle in 800,000 + bits just to make a half-arsed homepage.

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    Originally posted by face_master
    >> I think Brain**** is pretty universal.

    Maybe among like 5 people ...
    Boo-yah! The underground brain**** movement is going up in this world!
    -486SX-20
    -Some random Debian Distro
    -Some version of MS-Dos
    -Day of the Tentacle

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    Can someone tell me about this Brain**** thing? Im pretty lost.

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    Originally posted by civix
    Can someone tell me about this Brain**** thing? Im pretty lost.
    Hello world in Brain****:

    Code:
    >+++++++++[<++++++++>-]<.>+++++++[<++++>-]<+.+++++++..+++.[-]>++++++++[<++++>-]
    <.#>+++++++++++[<+++++>-]<.>++++++++[<+++>-]<.+++.------.--------.[-]>++++++++[
    <++++>-]<+.[-]++++++++++.
    -486SX-20
    -Some random Debian Distro
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    Can someone tell me about this Brain**** thing? Im pretty lost.
    Is that the actual name of the ummm 'language' or do those asterisks censor somethin dirty?
    I AM WINNER!!!1!111oneoneomne

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    Re: One Unique Universal Programming Language ?

    Originally posted by zahid
    hay.. anyone of you ever thought of one unique universal programming language ?

    Everyone will learn and share knowledge of that one and work on it and with it. That would be faster development in programming language and software development industries.

    What would be the demerit of it?
    Just use a common sense, man! There is no human( natural) language to be a universal language for the whole World even though English and Spanish seems dominant.

    Same to the programming languages.
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    Originally posted by Panopticon
    Is that the actual name of the ummm 'language' or do those asterisks censor somethin dirty?
    it is the f word censored
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