1. Jacklack3

    OP Jacklack3 ( ゚ヮ゚) buddie was here
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    And don't say AppleScript, i have a windows 7.
     
  2. Jack_Sparrow

    Jack_Sparrow Ruthless Pirate
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    Python or Javascript i'd say
     
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  3. Jacklack3

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    Well i mean if you were telling someone

    Set cakes to 5

    if cakes is over 100 then
    print Yay!

    if cakes is clicked by mouse then
    add cakes with 1
     
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    Then you're looking for Python, or Scratch.com
     
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  5. FAST6191

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    The concept you want to look up is "natural language programming". At present time it is more of an ambition than anything truly usable and probably will be for decades to come. On the other hand with high level languages you see very real work being done all the time (python is indeed the glue that holds modern computing together) and even if you have to sit there and piece together syntax/remember which style of brace to use you can still do real work. Anything simpler I usually find to be too restrictive to do anything useful, some kind of esoteric language (not truly esoteric like brainfuck or something but... see for yourself http://inform7.com/ ) or some kind of teaching tool (I just saw scratch mentioned, that would be a good example there).
     
  6. Margen67

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    I think I'd start by upgrading your OS.
     
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    Ruby is a good one. I knew quite a bit of it at one point. Forgot it all though.
     
  8. VinsCool

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    Brainfuck
     
  9. ll0rT

    ll0rT GBAtemp Regular
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    ArnoldC is what you looking for
     
  10. Subtle Demise

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    Creating the entire executable from scratch in binary code would be better.
     
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  11. Jacklack3

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    Oh no you didn't.
     
  12. BurningDesire

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    Assembly is very beginner friendly :D

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    @Tomato Hentai @Jacklack3

    Code:
    Calculator
    
               PAGE    ,132
               TITLE   CALC
    CGROUP           GROUP   CODESEG
    CODESEG        SEGMENT PARA PUBLIC 'CODE'
               ASSUME  CS:CGROUP,DS:CGROUP,ES:CGROUP
               PUBLIC  CALC
    
               ORG     100H
    
    CALC           PROC    FAR
               JMP     START
    
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    ;                                      ;
    ;                 DATA AREA                      ;
    ;                                      ;
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    
               DB      'INTERRUPT NUMBER ='
    INT_NUMBER     DB      61h
    
    SCREEN_HANDLE  DW      0001h
    
    MESSAGE        DB      'PEMATH is not resident',13,10
    MESSAGE_LEN    EQU     $-MESSAGE
    
    TAG           DB      'PEMATH'
    TAG_LEN        EQU     $-TAG
    
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    ;                                      ;
    ;                 CODE AREA                      ;
    ;                                      ;
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    
    START:
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    ;    TEST FOR PRESENCE OF CALCULATOR                      ;
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
               SUB     AX,AX
               MOV     ES,AX
               SUB     BH,BH
               MOV     BL,INT_NUMBER
               SHL     BX,1
               SHL     BX,1
               MOV     DI,ES:[BX]
               MOV     ES,ES:[BX+2]
               ADD     DI,4
               LEA     SI,TAG
               MOV     CX,TAG_LEN
         REPE  CMPSB
               JE      CALL_CALC
               MOV     BX,SCREEN_HANDLE
               MOV     CX,MESSAGE_LEN
               LEA     DX,MESSAGE
               MOV     AH,40h
               INT     21h
               JMP     SHORT CALC_EXIT
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    ;    CALL CALCULATOR                              ;
    ;---------------------------------------------------------------------;
    CALL_CALC:
               MOV     AL,INT_NUMBER
               MOV     BYTE PTR INT_CODE,AL
               DB      0CDh      ; INT
    INT_CODE:
               DB      00h
               NOP
               NOP
    
    CALC_EXIT:
               INT     20h
    
    CALC           ENDP
    
    CODESEG        ENDS
               END     CALC
    that is sexy code
     
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    Look at my edited post. It has a example of how easy it is :P
     
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  14. BORTZ

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    OH GOD AHAHAHAHA
    Anyways, OP I know what you are aksing, but I really would suggest your rethink your mindset. Computers and human brains do not work the same way. You are going to need to modify your thinking if you want to be able to program. STart with something that makes the most sense as a starter language like C.
     
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  15. BurningDesire

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    Wait, I thought this was in the EoF for some reason. I am spending way to much time there xD

    edit: it is...jesus I am out of it
     
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    I know this is an old thread but for anyone that stumbles onto this i highly recommend...
    LiveCode! Check it at LiveCode dot com
    LiveCode is a descendent of MetaCard, a Linux clone of Apple's HyperCard, which is the same thing AppleScript was based on. LiveCode can run on Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, Android, HTML5/web, and there's a server version.
     
  17. Dionicio3

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    Dude, last post was in 2015, that was a hug necro
     
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