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    Hello World! I thought people might find this link intresting, it's a collection of how to say Hello World in dozens of different languages, I was just suprised at the amount of languages that there is, does anybody actually know how many programming languages actually exist.

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    the assembly commodore code is priceless I remember making programs, or rather helping my cousing, on a commodore when I was around 7 or 8 years old.One that I remember vividlly was a dancing stick figure....and it only had about 8000 lines!!!!!

    good times

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    here is another page with a similar concept. it is a "99 bottles of beer" program written in 571 different languages

    http://99-bottles-of-beer.ls-la.net/
    I came up with a cool phrase to put down here, but i forgot it...

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    I especially like how Intercal says "PLEASE GIVE UP" at the end of the program.

    I did not like the Logo example. It does not take 100 lines of code to say Hello World in logo, it only takes 1:

    pr [ Hello, World! ]


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