Anyone hear program?

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Apr 13, 2007

Anyone hear program? by corbs132 at 4:40 AM (1,087 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. corbs132
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    sweet, i was looking into ruby. my main two languages are gonna be ruby and python. c++ would probably be more useful, but it's not as fun.
     
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    Ruby is a strange language, it originated in Japan, has great syntax and is extremely object oriented.

    When I am done with ruby I will most likely look into python since people are always comparing the two.

    I agree, C++ is just torture.
     
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    I am most familiar with C and Java.

    The number of languages I have used just keeps growing. I have done some perl, python, php, tcl, vb and turing back in high school.

    Shell scripts are fun too for the penguin in me bash mostly.

    in an Artificial Intelligence course I am taking this semester I had the option of coding in java or c++.
    I used C++ since it would give me a chance to learn the language.

    All I have to say is one of my fellow students was right on the money when he said...

    "C lets you shoot yourself in the foot, C++ lets you reload and shoot again."

    In conclusion...
    Anyone got any feet they aren't using?
     
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    Java since that is the language we are taught in school.
    Done very little Actionscript too.
     
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    anyone into crypto?
     
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    CLS
    PRINT "Hello World"
    END

    That's the extent of my programming ability...actually I made a text based choose your own adventure game in basic once.
     
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    Computer Science Major here [​IMG]

    Java's the one [​IMG] (no gui tho.. YET!!)
     
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    Anyone hear can spell?

    Seems like people are proficient with the languages C, C++, 'n Java ... but needs a little improvement with the English language. [​IMG]
     
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    Basic windows 32bit X86 ASM thanks to HLA along with rudimentary ARM7 and ARM9 ASM (my limit would be hacking a VFW font into a rom).

    Courtesy of batchdpg I have also learnt autoit lately, I must say it acts as the perfect counterpart to ASM as it can call dlls and spit dos commands while being able to make a superb looking GUI.

    I messed around with plain c a few months back but it is unlikely I could crank anything beyond a basic file manipulator program (hash making, simple compression...)

    If I hit my head I could probably remember about 10 iterations of basic as well.

    Does avisynth also count?
     
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    I see program




    I had to say it, it was driving me insane
     
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    I master Javascript and Ajax (well, not that Ajax is a language, but everyone is talking about it lately) and also I'm learning Ruby on Rails. I'm all into web developing and creation of communities, so if anyone ever has a good idea for a website, specially if it's community/web 2.0 based, just drop me a line.
     
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    I believe you meant to say, "Can anyone here spell?"
    Not hear, not anyone hear can, don't be a hypocrite.

    I plan to double major in comp sci and it

    edit: oh shit, just realized the typo in my thread. my bad. it was late at night.
     
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    Gee, you really stink at sarcasm don't you? Read the topic of this thread. "Anyone hear program?"

    *edit* Man, I think I'm braindead too. I just understood what you meant by your edit. Never noticed you made this thread, and never knew what typo you were talking about. [​IMG]
     
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    w00tage! just wrote another program! i'll post it if anyone wants it. it scans a website for directories to find files etc.
     

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