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  1. #21
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    Post MR/SD anyone?

    It's gotta be MoonRock/SpaceDebris.

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  2. #22
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    Perl Perl Perl!

    By far the most enjoyable language I've stumbled across. Powerful, rapidly developed, and fun. You should definately check it out. Judging from the fact you posted this topic, I'm guessing you haven't used it much before ;-)

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    Thumbs down Why does JP hate my guts ?

    Why do you hate my GUTS JP !?żi

    EXPLAIN why you boot me from the irc room before I say Hi.
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    Favorite compiled: C/C++

    Favorite scripted: TCL

    Other languages that are good:
    Java, Perl, Pascal (for my old DOS machine), Shell scripting

    XML is a data definition language, NOT a format language like HTML.
    Some of the XML Schemas are used for page layout (ie XHMTL) but most are used to define data.

    Happy Hacking!
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    -Sun Tzu \"The Art of War\"

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    Re: hehe..

    Originally posted by TeKRoMaNCeR
    LOGO! What other program allows you to control a turtle?
    Logo one of my favourite languages that i have learned in early ages or i rather say its the first language I learned 8-9 yrs. ago, but still i like it ,

    FD, RT like that stuff.


    Besides Logo i love assembly i only know its basic but since its the most powerful language via u can do hardware interfacing thats y i like it .
    No doubt C and java have gain market they cann't beat assembly.

    I've started learning ASP and VB scripting these days let c where i go from here.

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    Talking Definitely C++

    Yeah . If you learn C++ well, NO ONE will be able to challenge your programming skills.

    For the web , do learn Java Script and Perl

    For more mail me at kbshankar2000@yahoo.com
    Everything good in life is for free

  8. #28
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    assembly
    python
    c++
    If God had intended
    Man to program,
    we would be born
    with serial I/O ports.

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    Teach the tumour

    I am pretty much the same as a few folk in ere
    Ive done pascal,VB, java,html, n a bit of C++
    but i want to learn perl next.

    I dont know them through n through but i do know a fair bit on each language.

  10. #30
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    Originally posted by magic1
    assembly
    python
    c++
    Python, nice to see someone else with an interest, Im not bad at C either but no guru. Assembly is great for virii writers [evil people but anyway] and as for HTML and javascript, well I reckon you could teach nearly anybody HTML but not everyone could learn Perl.

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