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What languages do you know?

Discussion in 'Coders Paradise' started by Ravenisawesome, Oct 2, 2012.

  1. Ravenisawesome

    Ravenisawesome New Member

    Being a geek I know a few programming languages, but I wouldn't say i'm that great though. I know 68k assembler and z80 assembler very well due to the fact that I hack the classic Sonic games and they were written in those languages, but I also know some C++, C#, HTML, and CSS. I've coded a very simple calculator in C++, but with the other languages I haven't done much with those. :p
  2. Voi

    Voi Active Member

    i don't know any to a great level.
    Know the odd bit about a few different ones.
  3. Chahine Bond

    Chahine Bond New Member

    All what i know is the simple drop and drag code that is usually used for games making.
  4. bitm0de

    bitm0de New Member

    C/C++, ASM, C#, VB.NET, Rust, J, Python, Haskell, and a few others but as the list continues, the less I use the latter languages anyways so they aren't even worth mentioning. I'm familiar with lots of the other common languages though too.
  5. Toxique

    Toxique Well-Known Member

    HTML, CSS, and a bit of Java script
  6. sapett

    sapett New Member

    I know Java, C++, and HTML. I learned what I know from high school and university courses. There are also a lot of free resources online and at my school library as well. I use my programming skills every now and then for small projects when I'm bored.
  7. Hux

    Hux Head Forum Admin Forum Administrator

    I don't know many, just the main ones for web development such as HTML, CSS, JQuery and JS.
  8. Juno

    Juno New Member

    At work I used PHP, database query languages and your typical web languages/scripting/Markup (Javascript, HTML5, CSS......).
    For application programming I use C++,C#,Java,Swift.

    For personal projects like game development, I use C++,C# or Java.
    Of course I use game libraries with those languages:
    C++ I use Allegro or SFML (if I'm making a roguelike I'll stick with NCurses).
    C# I use with Unity
    Java I use with LibGDX

    I absolutely love programming and always have a few projects on the go.
  9. Orion

    Orion New Member

    I'm literate in :
    Sonic Pi (Modified Ruby)
    Basic Lua
    Basic Java Script
  10. Tronikart

    Tronikart New Member

    Mainly Python and HTML, of course CSS comes along with HTML, but I have a never ending list of languages I want to know and at the same time want to get better on Python, I've worked with PHP but not sure how fresh is my memory on that one, same thing goes for Javascript.

    Last thing I tried to learn was AngularJS and still want to learn it, I just need some time, same goes with C++ for UE4 and Lua
  11. overcast

    overcast Member

    I know multiple languages. I started with C and then Java then C#. And these days learning python. As you can see my requirement just keeps on changing. I wish to make a game. And for that I am developing a good understanding of languages. And hopefully this may help me understand gaming lot more.
  12. arachnophobik

    arachnophobik New Member

    So far, I only know Visual Basic, HTML5 and CSS3. I'm not a professional in any of those but I guess you could say I have a decent grasp so far. I'm currently trying to learn Java as I want to utilize its capabilities and incorporating it into my next college thesis soon. I'm also planning to learn C# after, since I've heard it's basically VB with semicolons.
  13. valy

    valy New Member

    I am not really good at this, i can manage with Java, and HTML, I learned these languages in school but i am not that good anymore. I guess i need to practice or get back to basics and start learning again. Maybe that is the reason i have problems with my site and my URL are not opening. When i was in school i was very good with high-level interfaces and graphics, but now i am ashamed on what I have become in this area.
  14. Sino989

    Sino989 Member

    I personally only know English and a little bit of spanish because I grew up in a house where my parents spoke spanish a lot to us so I caught on after a while. I also took four years of spanish class but never really learned much from it other than how to ask how to go to the bathroom in spanish.
  15. overcast

    overcast Member

    I think OP is referring to the programming languages. What you have referred is the spoken languages. In context of OP's reply, it'd be about HTML, CSS and Javascript or other languages such as say C, C++, Java, C#, Python etc. So those are the languages that are being discussed inn teh thread here.
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  16. SashaS

    SashaS New Member

    I don't really know much right now other than basic HTML. But I really, really want to learn more and get into it full time. I've seen some great courses on sites like Khan Academy and YouTube and luckily this means I don't need to pay exuberant fees going to a school, I can sit at the comfort of my own home and learn these wonderful languages. I'd love to go from the bottom up, learning the most basic languages and eventually getting into the ones that pay really well.

    With a little time and dedication, I think anyone can do it and I'd love to become part of the programming community.
  17. clinkguts

    clinkguts New Member

    I have started coding recently.I have had my time with C and currently, I am on my way to learning Python. Other than this I know some web development languages like HTML, CSS, PHP, JS. Coding is really interesting for me.
  18. rockandgreen

    rockandgreen New Member

    I know the basics of Python, Java Script and C++. However, I have been dabbling a bit with LUA related software a lot more these days and learning that language to quite a deep level. However, for its ease of use and understanding, Python will always stick around to be one of my favourites.
  19. overcast

    overcast Member

    Lua seems to be good for the server end programming. I have heard a lot good about this language. I am assuming people who have experience with Go and Lua and even scala may be getting some experience. You can see that C# seems to be gaining more popularity with the Unity. So I think it'll be more of a future in this case.
  20. Yukibana

    Yukibana New Member

    I know Python/Perl and some JavaScript. Lately I haven't been putting nearly as much effort into development as I did before, so I haven't made much progress. Really, I think I should be learning something like C++ or Java, which seem high in demand these days, or maybe Rust or something more "shiny" in a sense.