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Slyakin

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What do you program in? I'm sorry if I don't have all the programming languages, so just choose other.


I program in Java.
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I haven't coded (always preferred that to programing) anything in years, but I used to do C, Visual Basic, and Javascript. I'd love to see somebody who can still program in machine, that would be great. I don't know anybody who goes below assembly these days, and that's a rarity in itself.

EDIT: @Matthew - Depends on what you want to do with it. C++ is more modern and better for Windows. When I was doing C it was for Linux shells (ie, command line interfaces) so I don't think it's as suited to GUI stuff. Still haven't seen the point to C#.
 

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A little of Visual Basic, QBasic, and Java only in school , but I didn't learn much (teacher didn't teach much, not his fault tho) to do anything with it.

Do companies use Visual or Q Basic?

I heard of darkbasic as well...
 

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^Nobody uses qbasic for anything, you can't even compile programs with it. Back in the day (like, the late 80's/early 90's) you could make some fairly uncomplicated stuff in quickbasic as standalone dos .exe's,but still, nothing serious.

"Real companies" usually mostly Visual C++, but Visual Basic is good for quick and dirty stuff, simple programs, and databases.
 

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mysticwaterfall said:
I haven't coded (always preferred that to programing) anything in years, but I used to do C, Visual Basic, and Javascript. I'd love to see somebody who can still program in machine, that would be great. I don't know anybody who goes below assembly these days, and that's a rarity in itself.

EDIT: @Matthew - Depends on what you want to do with it. C++ is more modern and better for Windows. When I was doing C it was for Linux shells (ie, command line interfaces) so I don't think it's as suited to GUI stuff. Still haven't seen the point to C#.

K, also there seems to be more start quides. Now I just need an IDE

@mysticwaterfall by Visual C++, do you mean the one by Miscrosoft?

Also forgot to add SQL I think it counts
 

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mysticwaterfall said:
^Nobody uses qbasic for anything, you can't even compile programs with it. Back in the day (like, the late 80's/early 90's) you could make some fairly uncomplicated stuff in quickbasic as standalone dos .exe's,but still, nothing serious.

"Real companies" usually mostly Visual C++, but Visual Basic is good for quick and dirty stuff, simple programs, and databases.
Ah! How 'bout DarkBasic?
 

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I primarily program in Java (See my program iCST Chat on SourceForge for demonstration of my abilities), but I'm also skilled in JavaScript (including jQuery) and C#. Oh, and Perl too... and bash scripting.
 

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Im with the pi, brainfuck is fun as hell.

Languages (that are actually usable, unlike brainfuck
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non-web based:
c (and c++), visual basic, C#, (some) x86 assembly, delphi, python
web based:
php, javascript, html if that counts ;p

i'd like to learn ruby, and a few other languages for fun but i doubt i will have time at all. i want to improve my skills in assembly, though.

i have made a few crackmes over the years but they are pretty simple.
 

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Slyakin said:
I wonder who chose machine language...
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i do (x86) assembly, but i actually didnt check that box. its honestly not that hard as everyone thinks, you just need to get the hang of it.
 

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I have read books on Assembly, C, C++, C#. However I do not code, cause I'm weak minded. Oh the projects I'd pursue if I could. Win!
 
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