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  • C
    97  45.12%
  • C++
    100  46.51%
  • C#
    47  21.86%
  • Perl
    40  18.60%
  • Python
    57  26.51%
  • PHP
    125  58.14%
  • Lisp
    15  6.98%
  • Scheme
    8  3.72%
  • Assembler ( any variant )
    56  26.05%
  • Java
    97  45.12%
  • ASP
    24  11.16%
  • .NET
    35  16.28%
  • Visual Basic
    71  33.02%
  • Cold Fusion
    7  3.26%
  • Delphi
    19  8.84%
  • Ruby
    21  9.77%
  • Fortran
    15  6.98%
  • MatLab
    13  6.05%
  • Javascript
    99  46.05%
  • Tyle
    3  1.40%
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    all the Cs are basically the same...

    microsofts butterfly is their way off telling u their systems have a **** load of buggs
    Advocating Linux Guide
    Lesbian Linux
    Great & Practical Computer Books

    like the links?
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    I know chinese ,french and dutch !!hahah a




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    I know some programming languages such as c,c++,java and also asp.net
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    i do know some of mentioned languages
    c
    c++
    assembly language
    matlab
    and my favorite after all
    visual basic
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    Computer Languages


    I know c and C++ languages.
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    I had just started learning Java as I have just inspired to become an Android developer. Also, joined a professional class for the same. Now, waiting for an opportunity. Expecting the best wished for my efforts.
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    Post 0 print "hello ";: Goto


    Originally Posted by jafet
    You just had to include vB...
    I prefer Microsoft BASIC - Apple ][ / Commodore 8 bit most notably.
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    Let's see... I've used several which aren't listed in the poll. In addition to C, C++, Perl, Python, Java, IBM, DECSystem-10, Intel and ARM assembler, and Fortran (which should be "FORTRAN", by the way), I've also used COBOL, SNOBOL, Bliss-36, REXX, NetREXX, Bash, Tcl, Objective C, and Swift. I've been in the industry since 1973.
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