Programming languages poll...

Discussion in 'Programming & Software Development' started by MWP, Feb 20, 2008.

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What programming language are you the most proficient at?

  1. Assembly

    1.7%
  2. Basic (includes VB)

    10.9%
  3. Plain C

    10.9%
  4. C++

    14.0%
  5. C#

    12.3%
  6. Java

    13.4%
  7. JavaScript

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  8. Perl

    3.9%
  9. Pascal (includes Delphi)

    2.8%
  10. Python

    3.4%
  11. LISP

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  12. SQL

    2.8%
  13. PHP

    14.3%
  14. HTML

    7.3%
  15. Shell Scripting

    2.2%
  1. Elyzion

    Elyzion Member

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    ActionScript is not a programming language.

    It's a headache.
     
  2. bazzawhut

    bazzawhut Member

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    Actionscript 2 mother fuckers.

    Shit is so cash.
     
  3. Stinger

    Stinger Member

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    It's useful if you dont have a c compiler for your micro maybe.
     
  4. Crinos

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    Not nearly enough love for Python :D

    Hey man, I work with climate scientists... they love it(Fortran) and still use it daily... although they probably were born in the 50s, so you comment is most likely valid ;)

    Nothing more fun than making sure the Fortran compiler is up to date... not :(

    You poor bastard :weirdo:
     
  5. Señor Codeman

    Señor Codeman Member

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    Oh this is a hard one. I'm about equal at C, C++ and Delphi/Pascal. Picked Delphi because I've spent more time making money off it.

    <3 to the ASM guys too, I want to learn more but most stuff I do these days is too much of a headache to do in anything but C :thumbdn:
     
  6. bojo

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    i put C++ but i think im probably mroe C... Its all blurry really there. He in 6 months it will be java cause uwa forces that down your throat so bad.

    ASM is powerful. Useful for micro's, but in all seriousness if you have a C compiler it's better.

    C on micro's is just as powerful as asm. I just like the C cause it's a hellova lot more readable when you have a lot of complex stuff going on.
     
  7. Foliage

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    Only time I would use asm over c is when writing something very timing critical, eg a ISR for I2C or implementing a protocol via software. Even then you can I only put snippets of ASM or 1 single asm module in my project.
     
  8. g4n0n

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    Used to be extremely proficient at C/C++ but stopped daily programming in it a while ago. Have been programming tools and GUI apps Python at work for the last few years and would say I'm approaching guru status.

    You also missed matlab from the list! I'm sure for many people in academia this would be a primary language.
     
  9. Woggy

    Woggy Member

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    I wish I could say I was most proficient in Lisp, cause I love that language but its so hard to get used to. I'm a C/C++/Python guy.
     
  10. D.Frost

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    Used to be pretty good in C++ but no longer do it. I'm looking to teach myself php.
     
  11. flain

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    Delphi here.. back when i actually did a lot of code

    if i was still programming i probably would of migrated to C# as before that nothing seemed to look "clean" enough OOP for me :p
     
  12. Browndog

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    Ruby... I hear plenty about that but dont even know what it is. I notice some features in netbeans for it.
     
  13. theFish

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