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What coding language you know ?


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I know java, i started with the basics then oop and now am learning gui so that's all for me only one language so far and i'm not perfect i still have a lot to learn in java before moving to something else .

What about you ?


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Algol 56 was the first back in 63 then had to switch to  Fortran when they replaced the old computer.  Did some assembly programming in 6800, 8080, and Z80 in the 70s..  BASIC when I got my first PC, Smalltalk, Word Basic, Perl, Javascript and some C & Visual Basic 

Wouldn't claim to be an expert in any of them tho.

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Good collection RKinner, glad to meet someone who like to code here .

Hope i'll meet more .


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Hi, as I am a web developer, I know HTML, CSS, C#, and ASP.NET. And, these languages are the best to be a successful developer.


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I wrote my first program in BASIC IN 1974. Since then I've dabbled with Assembler, C, C#, VFP, Java, Pascal and Python. I like VFP the best as it's so quick to develop in yet has full access to the Windows API. I loathe all dot net - massively bloated languages.

 

I'm not a web expert but although I use HTML5 and CSS, I'm lazy and use Adobe Muse to do the hard work.


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Hi, as I am a web developer, I know HTML, CSS, C#, and ASP.NET. And, these languages are the best to be a successful developer.


Hello carolbert as a web developer don't you use javascript ?

I wrote my first program in BASIC IN 1974. Since then I've dabbled with Assembler, C, C#, VFP, Java, Pascal and Python. I like VFP the best as it's so quick to develop in yet has full access to the Windows API. I loathe all dot net - massively bloated languages.
 
I'm not a web expert but although I use HTML5 and CSS, I'm lazy and use Adobe Muse to do the hard work.


Good collection azarl are you expert with those language or still learning ?
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Good collection azarl are you expert with those language or still learning ?

 

I'm pretty good with some of them, I write my own webservers and security stuff in VFP and MS Visual C (pre-dot net) - 41 years programming, but still learning


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41 years programming wow .
i'm not surprised that your still learning in coding there's always something new to learn.
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Hi, as I am a web developer, I know HTML, CSS, C#, and ASP.NET. And, these languages are the best to be a successful developer.


Hello carolbert as a web developer don't you use javascript ?

I wrote my first program in BASIC IN 1974. Since then I've dabbled with Assembler, C, C#, VFP, Java, Pascal and Python. I like VFP the best as it's so quick to develop in yet has full access to the Windows API. I loathe all dot net - massively bloated languages.
 
I'm not a web expert but although I use HTML5 and CSS, I'm lazy and use Adobe Muse to do the hard work.


Good collection azarl are you expert with those language or still learning ?

 

Hi,

I mean, when i initially started with web developing, I began my learning with JavaScript, HTML, and then proceeded with asp, asp.net and C# because these days people demand more for ASP.


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I am interest in coding, but I only work with Python and I wanted to try learning CSS, HTML or JavaScript. Would someone be able to give me a brief description of each one and what they are best used for? 


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HTML is a markup language for describing web documents (web pages). HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. A markup language is a set of markup tags. HTML documents are described by HTML tags. Each HTML tag describes different document content.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a style sheet language used for describing the presentation of a document written in a markup language.

JavaScriptis a high-level, dynamic, untyped, and interpreted programming language.Alongside HTML and CSS, it is one of the three essential technologies of World Wide Web content production.
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I'm decent with Java, that's about it.


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I'm decent with Java, that's about it.


Great my friend i think we should try to make the coding section here more active :)
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i know a lot of html, css, javascript, jquery and a little bit of php for now


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You need to know a good number of languages and technologies nowadays, and I've had quite a bit of experience in some but some (a lot, actually) more from an interest point of view rather than a professional one.  But here goes:

 

BASIC (ZX Basic, BBC Basic, Harris H500 Basic)

PASCAL (at college)

COBOL (at college)

6800 Assembler

6502 Assembler

Z80 Assembler

x86 Assembler (a little bit)

C

HTML (more experience with 4.01, need to get going with 5)

CSS

JavaScript

PowerBuilder (a previous job required this)

Some flavours of SQL

PHP

VBScript (I guess this counts!!!)

 

Sounds more impressive than it is really as I've done more in some than others and in some cases it's just been dabbling (due to lack of time).  Would love to get some experience in technologies such as Java, C++ and C# ...... time ....

 

 


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