View Poll Results: Which lang do u mostly code in

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  • Assembly

    0 0%
  • C

    18 37.50%
  • C++

    29 60.42%
  • C#

    0 0%
  • Pascal

    0 0%
  • Perl

    0 0%
  • PHP

    0 0%
  • Forth

    0 0%
  • Java

    1 2.08%
  • Visual Basic

    0 0%

Which language do u mostly code in

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  1. #1
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    Smile Which language do u mostly code in

    Just poll for the lang u mostly code in.

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    It's full of stars adrianxw's Avatar
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    In my last project, C++, in my current, Pascal. So, "Two of the above".
    Wave upon wave of demented avengers march cheerfully out of obscurity unto the dream.

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    Re: Which language do u mostly code in

    Originally posted by MovingFulcrum
    Just poll for the lang u mostly code in.
    So, who wants to write the 'hello world' program
    in all of those languages? I want to see how
    the syntax differs from language to language..

    Staying away from General.

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    I choose C. I'm going to start assembly now, too. I'm ready for the challenge of the most core language there is. But, I love C for software (Windows) programming.

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    Just one more wrong move. -KEN-'s Avatar
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    Assembly
    Code:
    main:
        mov dx,hello	        ;Load the msg's address
        mov ah,9                ;Standard output function
        int 21h                 ;DOS call to dsplay AH
    	
        mov ax,04C00H           ;Exit code
        int 21h                 ;execute instruction in AX (Exit instruction)
    
    hello db 13,10,"Hello, World!",13,10,"$" ;the msg
    C
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    
    int main(void)
    {
        printf("Hello, World!\n");
        return 0;
    }
    C++
    Code:
    #include <iostream.h>
    
    int main(void)
    {
        cout<<"Hello, World!"<<endl;
        return 0;
    }
    C#
    Code:
    using System;
    
    class MyClass
    {
        public static void Main(String[] args)
        {
            Console.Write("Hello, World!\n");
        }
    }
    Pascal
    Code:
       program Hello;
       begin     
          writeln ('Hello, world.')
       end.
    Perl
    Code:
    print "Hello, World!\n"
    PHP
    Code:
    <? echo "Hello, World!"; ?>
    Forth (AKA ugliest lang on the planet )
    Code:
    : hello
            begin
              true
            while
              ." Hello World "
            repeat
    ;
    hello
    Java
    Code:
    class HelloWorld 
    {
            public static void main (String args[]) 
            {
                     System.out.print("Hello World ");
            }
    }
    Visual Basic - create a form, add in a label, and change the caption to "Hello, World!"



    Well THAT was fun...

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    Well, that clears *that* up.

    Well done that man!

    -Pen

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    >> Forth (AKA ugliest lang on the planet ) <<

    Code:
    : hello
            begin
              true
            while
              ." Hello World "
            repeat
    ;
    hello
    That is some nasty looking code. The functionality doesn't even look...worth it.

    --Garfield
    1978 Silver Anniversary Corvette

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    Which language do you guys think is the easiest? So far, I only know C++, a tinsy bit of CGI...btw, you guys forgot to include CGI, or is it the same as PHP? um... And I FINALLY succesfully upload a CGI file on the net without a error message showing up, yah! It took me like a half a year to figure out, haha! (I know I'm dumb, acutually I forgot to upload it in ASCII and sometimes I change the code and wrote in symbols without have "\" infront of it. I just realize how annoying it is to not have a compiler to tell you where something is wrong!

    Ok, I better shut up now, I reply like 4 threads today, yikes...

    And good job -Ken-, you know so many languages!
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    The easiest language?: Visual Basic by far.
    1978 Silver Anniversary Corvette

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    To me, C++, C, and VB is my languages.
    Yoshi

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    You had to ask!
    in school it was fortran, got any more punch cards
    after that came qbasic love that DOS
    then enter the 80's
    i was forced to do lisp because of AutoCAD.
    now just for fun and hopfully for a living someday it' C++ and ASM.
    Damn i feel old.
    M.R.

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    With a little help from Oskilian I learned VB (very easy), then a teacher from olympiads taught me C, now I am learning asm.



    Camilo
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    no, life is nice, just a girl fooling around, alcohol fixes everything.
    OH, I now have a High School Diploma and need of ron (drink)

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    'milo: tell 'em how would you do it on Multimedia toolbook (that's DEFINETLY the worst language ever)

    oh, and you forgot:

    QBASIC
    Code:
    PRINT "Hello World!"
    C++ for Win32
    Code:
    #include <windows.h>
    
    int WINAPI WinMain(HINSTANCE hInstance,HINSTANCE hPrevInstance, LPSTR lpCmdLine, int nCmdShow)
    {
    MessageBox(NULL,"Hello World!","Hello",MB_OK);
    return 0;
    }
    you know, I did all that on friday on a blackboard at school, it's funny that I found it here too! Camilo can testify to that.

    Oskilian
    Last edited by oskilian; 11-19-2001 at 09:38 PM.

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    CGI can be done in many different languages. I prefer to use C for it.
    Allegro precompiled Installer for Dev-C++, MSVC, and Borland: http://galileo.spaceports.com/~springs/

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    What? No Cobol? No Fortran?

    Sure, they may be dead languages, but so is Latin, and people still speak it.

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