I get to talk at a conference on programming languages!

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Sinroth
1 month ago#11
Unboll posted...
Dang I couldn't even master Qbasic 0_o. But then again I never applied myself. And that's so cool that you know how and can actually code using the C language :D. I bet that it's hard?


Yeah it's quite challenging, you certainly can't program at the same pace as more high-level languages. But I suppose, with all programming and all skills, it gets easier after years of doing it.
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Unboll
1 month ago#12
Oh yeah ha ha, that is true. Older versions of computer programs are much more slow and cryptic by comparison. Kind of like how older computers are fairly slow by comparison. So yeah, older programming languages definitely take longer to type out to get things to work.

So like how old are these languages that you know how to program in ?:)

Like early 2000's, 90's, 80's?
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Sinroth
1 month ago#13
I'm not 100% sure. I think C has been around since the early 70s. Rust the late 2000s. Python and Java the early 90s. Alain Colmeraur's definition of Prolog was in 1972. Haskell I don't really know, maybe the early 2000s? But I know there are numerous "proto-Haskell" languages, such as Miranda and Tui, which go back to the 70s.
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