What programming languages do you know?

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May 1, 2010
  1. Skye07
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    I'm wondering what programming languages the Tempers know. Myself, I know the following

    - Java (had a class about OOP & java this semester) => Moderate
    - C# (read a book, played with some XNA) => Beginner
    - VB6 (read a book about it years ago, messed around with it a bit) => Moderate
    - PHP (last summer I spent some time messing around with it) => Beginner


    I'm planning on learning more C#and probably PHP at some point. Maybe when days start having 30 hours instead of 24 I'll also do some CSS but I doubt it :3


    So, what about you guys?
     


  2. Westside

    Member Westside Sogdiana

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    C - Had a class = Advanced (worked with link lists, pointers, and enumeration techniques, learning GUI by myself)
    C++ - read about it, pretty similar to C = beginner
    Java - Had a class about it = Moderate
    Pearl - Had a class about it, but slept through it = beginner
    PHP - MySQL and database included, took classes on it = moderat/advanced
    XML - Had a class on it = moderate
     
  3. Matt140

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    Hmm.. I know a few but with most of them I only know the basics XD.

    - C++ (self taught) - moderate
    - VB6 (learning in school) - moderate
    - Visual Basic .NET (self taught) - moderate/advanced
    - C# (self taught) - moderate
    - F# (self taught, great language!) - moderate
    - Pascal/Delphi (self taught) - moderate
    - Python (self taught) - basic
    - Lua (self taught) - basic

    Not learnt any web-based languages yet though.. I'll have to start some time [​IMG].
     
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    C++ - barely anything
    Python - barely anything
     
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    I've only dabbled (many years ago) with 'Delphi (Pascal)' and 'HTML'

    I'm self taught (reading books/online examples), and only done web pages for my (free) personnal webspace that my ISP provides & a couple of programs related to checking Lotto results with multiple groups of Lines

    Currently - I'm reading a book on 'Visual Basic', & using '#Develop' (Open source Visual development IDE) to see if I can create an idea I have for a program. (not sure if it'll ever get finished though [​IMG] )
     
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    Turing - Grade 10 class
    VB6 - Grade 11
    Java - Grade 12
    Perl - Self taught
    MySQL/PHP - self taught
    C & C++ - University course
    Scheme - university course (dear god much hate for this)
    Assembly language is another beast all together..
     
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    Lets see, in order:

    VBA (had a few classes in college, hate it) = pretty rubbish
    Haskell (taking a university class in it now, hate it) = terrible
    HTML(self taught) = beginner
    C (took a university class last year) = beginner
    8051 Assembly (took a university class last year) = moderate
    Java (taking a university class on it, great cross platform language) = moderate
    VHDL (taken/taking a few university classes in it, not technically a programming language but a HDL is near enough) = moderate - advanced
    PIC C18 (Have had quite a few university classes on it, and aced most of them [​IMG] ) = advanced

    I am generally pretty good at picking up new programming languages, they are all rather similar in the end.
     
  8. Westside

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    Lol, VHDL doesn't really count buddy, although it is a hard ass language depending on the one you are taking, I had it easy with A-HDL which uses Matlab as the supporting language, lol.

    Are you a computer engineer or electrical engineer by any chance? you seem to work with the more core stuff of the computer.
     
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    - LOGO (school lesson when I was 6 years old) => forgot
    - Basic => forgot
    - C/C++ => beginner (very basic knowledge)
    - ASM => forgot (I also forgot which ASM chipset it was, only 2 months lesson at school)
    - XHTML1.0 => advanced
    - PHP(4) => advanced
    - MySQL => advanced
    - css2.0 => moderate
    - Javascript => moderate/advanced
    - Ajax => beginner
    - XML => moderate
    - XUL => moderate/advanced (GUI language in XML for gecko based app (Firefox))
     
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    C++
    PHP
    HTML (Well not a programming language, a markup language)
    JavaScript (Scripting language)

    [​IMG]
     
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    2nd year Computer Engineering student [​IMG]
     
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    C++ - moderate/advanced (self taught! [​IMG])
    Pascal - advanced (school/self taught)
    HTML - beginner
    TI-Basic - advanced (self taught, cos I wanted to make games [​IMG])
     
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    TI-Basic - intermediate (learnt for fun)
    Delphi - bit of a noob. (had to learn for school)
     
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    Only HTML but getting interested in learning more but I first thought it would be bette to start off with learning Graphic Editing.
    So I've finished PS and Flash till today.
     
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    I'm one of those people who knows a little bit of lots of languages. I tend to forget things I haven't used in a while, but if I sat down with my old notes I reckon I could pick it up again pretty quickly. Is it just me or is everyone like that? Anyway, on with the list:

    Java - main language we used at uni and the one I feel most confident with. Mostly standard edition including Swing and AWT, we did a module on Enterprise Java but I've never had to actually use it so I don't think that counts. I was going to learn J2ME for a project but I never got around to it.
    Beginner C++ with OpenGl (forgotten most of OpenGL but would love to go there again [​IMG] )
    Javascript
    XML with XSLT
    Perl (Beginner level)

    Self taught:
    HTML / DHTML / CSS
    PHP
    Actionscript 3 (well, as much as you can learn until the one month trial ran out)
    C#

    Did Standard ML and Scheme at uni but I've forgotten the lot.
    And had to pick up VBA for Excel at work, much as I hate to include that P.O.S. on the list I guess it qualifies.
     
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    Java - From a really outdated book, Beginner
    C++ - Learning right now and looking for a better book, Beginner
    TI Basic - Teaching myself, Moderate
    C# - Learning from online tutorials currently on hold, Very Beginner
    Sad Script (basically VB6 without the visual part) - Taught myself, Moderate...sorta Beginner
    HTML - Learned 3 times in 3 different classes because I had to -.-, Sorta Moderate sorta Expert
    CSS - Learned from online tutorials, Sorta Moderate

    There might be others...
     
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    Does HTML count? I really don't remember a lot of it though...I haven't done web design since like the 10th or 11th grade...I only remember basic stuff now [​IMG]. I was learning CSS for forum coding at RPG Underground, but I lost my login info [​IMG].
     
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    I have spent over 4 years to learn C++,but still can't write a complicated application expect some simple

    mathematics problems, I think I don't have any gifts on programing languages, so I quit.
     
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    Some basic html




    i'm like a wizard
     

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