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Favourite programming language


Posted by Yaba on Oct 24 2004
C++29%29%29% 29%
C12%12%12% 12%
Java17%17%17% 17%
C#/Mono3%3%3% 3%
Smalltalk1%1%1% 1%
Pascal/Delphi6%6%6% 6%
Perl5%5%5% 5%
Python9%9%9% 9%
PHP14%14%14% 14%
Other5%5%5% 5%
Votes: 3013
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 C++? Yuck!

 
 by zz9pluralzalpha on: Oct 26 2004
 
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c/c++==HELL;
Ada et al are much nicer. I try to use Python when I can, Java when I can't. What about Bash? Everyone loves shell scripting!


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 Re: C++? Yuck!

 
 by A-Man on: Oct 26 2004
 
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Yurp, I was looking for the Bash option too. I have loads of publishing work automated with it, and I love it very much. It is virtually one of the first languages I learned after Pascal in school ;-)


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 Re: C++? Yuck!

 
 by peroxid on: Oct 27 2004
 
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Tell it all:
c/c++ == complex/flexible/fast

When size or speed does matter, there are few options to choose from


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 I miss something

 
 by DustyDingo on: Oct 26 2004
 
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I wanted to vote for Brainfuck, but it wasn´t in this list *sniff*.


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 Re: I miss something

 
 by Yaba on: Oct 27 2004
 
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It is... see 'Other'

BTW: Complaining about a lack of options is lame ;-)


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 Mine.

 
 by Pizentios on: Oct 27 2004
 
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PHP is my fav, since it just seems to work for almost any job that i want. When i am writing scripts i use bash or c++ though. I think i might try and learn python, i have been hearing good things about it.


-Pizentios
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 Ruby !

 
 by neundorf on: Oct 27 2004
 
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Ruby is definitely missing from the list

Alex


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 Where is Obj-C?

 
 by gigi on: Oct 28 2004
 
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You forgot one of the best languages out there, with plenty of support and good libraries...
Seeing that so much people think Java is a decent languange makes me really sad.... :(


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 Re: Where is Obj-C?

 
 by Yaba on: Oct 28 2004
 
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Well, I know that you can use Obj-C on the Mac, but what IDEs and Compilers are available for Linux?


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 Re: Re: Where is Obj-C?

 
 by gigi on: Oct 28 2004
 
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Compiler is the same: gcc.
Check out www.gnustep.org, it's the free implementation of the OpenStep specification.
I have tons of software which compile and run fine both on Apple/Cocoa and Linux/GNUstep.
Windows is supported, too.


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 Re: Re: Where is Obj-C?

 
 by mdriftmeyer on: Oct 29 2004
 
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ProjectCenter for building your Projects and Gorm for modeling your User Interfaces, courtesy of GNUstep.

http://www.gnustep.org (Platforms supported are listed on the site)

NeXTSTEP3.x/Openstep via ProjectBuilder(PB) and InterfaceBuilder (IB), both the forerunners of Xcode and the updated IB for OS X and OS X Server.

If you never used NeXTSTEP you've missed out on quite a lot, especially when it was Quad FAT and ran on Sun SPARC, HP-Gecko, NeXT and x86.


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 Voted for c++, but..

 
 by Svyatogor on: Oct 28 2004
 
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I voted for C++, because I use it in most cases. However, if I were to name language which I like most, and which i find *beatiful* that would undoubtfuly be Python.

P.S. Java is getting toooo much voted :(


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