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Speaking of programming languages, how many do you know?

#21ElementalWindPosted 8/21/2013 4:14:08 PM
I have worked with Java, C, Perl, C++, C#, several dialects of BASIC, assembly on two architectures (MIPS and x86), Racket, Haskell, Ruby, OCaml, Standard ML, Scheme, J, Coq, ACL2, and small languages I've built for school/research purposes
I wouldn't say I "know" them all well though.
Most of what I write these days is in Racket. Most of what I read is ML, Haskell, and J.

If you don't have job that deals with programming languages, why would you need to know?
Deals with programming languages, or just with programming? I doubt many people here do much with programming languages themselves :-P
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#22uhohjonahPosted 8/21/2013 4:26:25 PM
I know BASIC and a little bit of GML. So pretty much just one.
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#23urtvPosted 8/21/2013 4:36:46 PM(edited)
c++
java
html5/css3
netlogo
scratch
processing
lego mindstorm
#24TivorPosted 8/22/2013 1:24:24 AM
I love how symmetrical the poll result graph turned out. It really highlights the fact that, once you learn a programming language, it's super easy to pick up another one.
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#25Chaos_MissilePosted 8/22/2013 1:42:57 AM
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Java
Python
Visual Basic
C
C++
Is HTML considered a programming language more, or scripting?
COBOL to a certain extent.
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#26maybecallsPosted 8/22/2013 1:48:27 AM
None. I did study Basic and Forth at school, but I wasn't really interested and abandoned the course.
#27ein311Posted 8/22/2013 1:53:35 AM
Visual Basic & C#. I have a few clients that utilize ASP.Net so this comes in handy.
SQL, Perl, Python, and Java are used pretty regularly by work so I'm comfortable with them.

I've dabbled a bit in Ruby just as a personal choice but I'm not all that comfortable with it yet (although it doesn't seem too difficult, I haven't used it in any real-world capacity).
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#28Treason686Posted 8/22/2013 3:50:42 AM
Language is irrelevant.

If you know how to program, you can pick up any language you want in a week or less.
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#29JrambharosePosted 8/22/2013 7:42:16 AM
Treason686 posted...
Language is irrelevant.

If you know how to program, you can pick up any language you want in a week or less.


This.
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#30SinisterSlayPosted 8/22/2013 7:45:28 AM
Jrambharose posted...
Treason686 posted...
Language is irrelevant.

If you know how to program, you can pick up any language you want in a week or less.


This.


Yes basically this.

Although I found COBOL different enough to challenge me.
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