me: some vb, pretty good with html, and am very interested in learning more.
If you know more than one put the one you like best.
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vb6 , html a lil, java a lil (learning now in school) and english, i took spanish a lil in college and high school also - and living in new orleans i know a lot of ebonics - lol
Perl, PHP, C, C++, Objective C, Korn shell, C-shell, assembly (6502 and MIPS), a few varieties of BASIC (not VB), TCL, Scheme, SQL (if you consider that a language). Plus a few others that I've used now and then in the past, stuff like MOO, Pascal, Fortran, Oberon, etc. These days every language looks alike.
I suppose if you're going to include HTML I could throw in HTML, XML, SGML, and LaTeX.A man without a woman is like a statue without pigeons.
Originally Posted by sterno
I've program in VB. And years ago the xBase family (dBase, dBFast, Clipper, FoxPro)...
I wanted to learn Delphi years ago. And Borland C++ but that was years ago....
Now I'm trying to learn some 3D apps (Lightwave, Wings3D, Vue D'Esprit, GMax, etc)....
If I need something and decide it's worth my time I write it or modify/automate existing software to do what I want. If I don't know how I figure it out as I go. I've written CGIs, data manipulation scripts, database applications, etc.
For people with programming experience the question often isn't "is this too complex for me to write?" so much as "is writing this software worthwhile?"A man without a woman is like a statue without pigeons.
VB6/.NET VC++ assembly (motorola,x86) html, HLSL, LLSL (shaders).
Basically C++ and VB.Net is all that u need now.
I'm thinking to get into game development but first must graduate)
Funny thing is I sell computers and not program. Programming is my hobby.
I've been using VB for the last couple of years and am now moving into C#.
As a learning project, I wanted to make an application that would rip a DVD and output an .mpg (mpeg4) file for use on my Sony Ericsson P900.
There are numerous ways to do this currently but none that I can find that will do the whole thing at once.
Even if there were, it's a good idea to write a project as you're learning...gives you a bit more focus.
Anyways, anyone ever done anything like this or point me in the right direction to start? I've no experience with writing apps to rip DVDs or encode into mpeg4...so pretty much a complete noob.
Morning guys :P
That's the avatar I remember you as. I'm glad you got it back
Well, my favorite language is Delphi (pascal) but you didn't include this.
All others that I've worked with are:
* cobol; rpg; c/c++; vic-basic; pet-basic; basica; vb, vba..
and many other variations of BASIC - it was my start in most programing.
I was deep into Java when someone bought me a burner for Christmas...
I've selected C/C++ but for the last 2 years I've been using .Net C#
I'm very good at programming in LabVIEW from National Instruments. But that choice was not available in the poll, so I did not vote.Ronny
VB, Java, HTML and its siblings (some of them), Delphi/Pascal and LabVIEW (a.k.a. G), a little of C
English only. Ooops, you mean programming language, April fool!
HTML (it's a markup language, and not really a programming language tho...)
...and maybe something i left out? Oh well....
Cobol: Great for wordy code (25 PLUS 50)
Perl: I don't like the way the code looks when finished
Darn low level:
1802 machine code (Hex)
Damn low level
Verilog and Synopsys: Great for designing ASICsTed Rossin
now you're talking ... 68000 assembler and z80 assembler (the old radio shack pcs)"As you ramble on through life, brother, whatever be your goal - keep your eye upon the doughnut and not upon the hole."
Just for the record (i.e. post count).
Unix shell scripts (Borne, C and variants)
XML (this is really not a programming language)
Fortran (most variations)
680x0 and an odd assortment of other processors' assembly language
I'm still stuck in the UNIX programming universe; never had a chance professionally to do anything of value programming a PC. Thank God for all those tireless programmers who have brought this hobby such excellent freeware/donationware programs for us users. Lets give them THREE CHEERS..
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