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I saw there was a VB thread, so i thought i'd start a general programmer's thread. Just post what languages you're familiar with and/or what your favourite is.

Mine: Java, some c# and learning c++. Also familiar with asp/vbscript and php. Favourite is java, but i like c++ with its compatibility with opengl.
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I know (fluently, though need to brush a little rust off).

C++, Java, Pascal, SQL and HTML.

I know some, and could easily become fluent in BASIC, Quick BASIC, C, C#, ASP, PHP, VB, Batch (yes, MSDOS batch), Coldfusion, javascript, Cobol and JCL (a pat on the back from anyone who knows what that is without looking it up, a hearty pat on the back for anyone who knows it)

Familiarity, but really would need to do a lot of learning to use it, Assembly, Pearl and FORTRAN

I prefer C++, its tried, true and I am intimately familar with it (okay, a couple of years rusty, but I've put at least 5 or 6 good years of learning and use into C++ compared with no more then 2-3 years of good use out of any other language).
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I've used (in chronological order): Pascal, VB, Java, HTML, JavaScript, Perl, PHP, ABEL, Verilog, VHDL, C, Assembly, SQL, Prolog, and ML. I'm probably the best with Java and VB is fun because it's so easy. I'm also really good with VHDL, I made a Sudoku game on an FPGA using VHDL. ML is also cool because it requires a totally different way of thinking.
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JCL is job control language, specific to mainframes. I've only been doing this stuff since fall of 06. So im fairly new, but loving it. I'm looking into developing a game with a friend of mine whos been doing it a year longer than i. Im going to finish my c++ book, then work on developing a simple 2d game with it.
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Did you look up the deff. though?

Right on however. Its almost sick some of the old school stuff I have to work with, but in some ways it is almost kind of fun.

Oh, I just remembered one more CICS (lump that in the familiar, but need some heavy work to be proficient in it). Again, who knows what it stands for and has anyone actually programmed with/for it???
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VB, Java, Javascript, HTML, PHP


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Pascal, VB, C, C++, C#, Java, JS, ASP, PHP, SQL, Ruby, HTML, CSS, ML, Perl

Most of those languages I have a fair amount of familiarity, C++, PHP, HTML, CSS are my fluent languages.

Although, I haven't coded much since I graduated with my BS in CS, because my job doesn't require it. But I need to get some personal projects going to keep my skillz sharpz.


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Been looking at more PHP than I'd care too here lately, kinda sucks...

Give me some good old C++, Java, VB, or HTML any day! Actually I think SQL is a little bit more enjoyable than PHP right now.

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I knew what JCL stands for. I had a mainframe class in the past fall. smokin, i like PHP more than asp/vbscript lol. I do prefer programming for software and runtime environments vs the web. Both are fun tho.
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