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Breefield's avatar

What programming languages do you know?

Asked by Breefield (2728points) May 10th, 2008

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I know Actionscript 3 (OOP), Javascript, PHP 5 (OOP) and some Ruby.

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jrpowell's avatar

Perl, Objective C, Python, Ruby, PHP, Javascript, BASIC, PASCAL, and some CSS.

Ruby is my favorite and PHP is what I use most.

edit :: I have been known to play with applescript studio.

breanne's avatar

php, perl, vb, c++, and I’m really crap at java. I think java is actually responsible for me getting out of programming altogether…

Vincentt's avatar

Fluently PHP 5. I’ve dabbled in Python for a few days but, in lack of a project, that never took off.

robmandu's avatar

Perl, PHP, Java, JavaScript (aka ECMAScript), C, C++, UNIX shell scripting, XEDIT, CMS pipelines, REXX, PL/I, SAS, SCL, VB, Fortran, Basic, DOS scripting… although I tend to only remember the details of whatever one(s) I’m actively using at the moment.

I intend to learn more about Objective C, Django, and Python, but have no immediate call for those at the moment.

bpeoples's avatar

C (mainly for embedded), PHP, bash, AutoLISP (that’s (Lisp for (Autocad)))...

jasonjackson's avatar

Well, it depends on exactly what you’d call a “programming language” but: C, C++, scheme, Java, JavaScript, PHP, C#, Visual Basic, VBScript, SQL, Perl, and various shell scripting variants. And probably a couple more I’m forgetting just now. :)

FiRE_MaN's avatar

I know a little bit of gml :D

phoenyx's avatar

Ruby, C, C++, Java, TCL, PHP, Javascript (and actionscript), Visual Basic, and some assembly (MIPS) I learned in college. If I had the time, I’d like to learn either Python or Lisp.

lefteh's avatar

PHP, JavaScript, Actionscript, SQL, Java, and an itty bit of Perl and C.

PHP is by far my favorite.

vbarton24's avatar

HTML javascript perl

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