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What languages do you use?

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  1. Migs

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    What languages do you use? Explain haha
     
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    Qbasic was the one we used back in 2001 and then Java by around 2003 (during my college years)

    :D

    ofc, both are obsolete.. even that time, it already was. idk why our school forced us to study those lame ass programming languages.
     
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    Oh i see, tbh im just new in programming. Im more on Web Development, im learning now 2 languages HTML and CSS. Hope this forum will help me to enhance my skills too :)
     
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    My main Language is Python and C#. I know a bit of Java, CSS, HTML, C and C++, and I am learning PHP and how to work with SQL.
     
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    I only know C kinda bit, I like more in Web Dev :) im starting leaning some languages for making some websites.
     
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    HTML, CSS, and Java will be the way to go. Python and PHP are good if you want to work work with databases
     
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    I think HTML+CSS+Java+PHP will be great for making a good website dealing with accounts. Like facebook?
     
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    Java is obsolete? What World do you live at? Java is the most popular programming language at the time.
     
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    Is Java easy to understand? I only kinda bit know HTML and CSS.
     
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    oh ppl still use java? maybe i am the one who is obsolete now. haha! never really touched any programming since i finished IT back in 2004. and i dont want to see anything related to it anymore.
     
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    It is but only if you really like to code all the little parts of your applications.

    You got it right, HTML+CSS+PHP+jQuery(JavaScript)+PostgreSQL/MySQL will do to create any kind of website. The hosting will be cheap as well.

    He's right. But of course you can use Java with databases. At the end is up to what you like or know. You can do most things with any language in the top 10 list or a mix of them.

    Right now, Java, C/C++/C#, Python, PHP and JavaScript lead the way. Well, it's been like that for a long time now.
     
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    Do you have time to teach me bro? haha i want to learn :(
     
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    Python is probably one of the easiest languages to learn as the syntax is so easy to execute. There is no annoying ()<>[]{} everywhere. For example:

    Python
    Code:
    print 'Hello, world!'
    

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    java

    Code:
    public class HelloWorld {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
    System.out.println("Hello World!");
    }
    }
    
     
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    codeacademy.com
     
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    read a book. tbh that's the best way to learn it.
    OMG. that java brings back so many old memories...........


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    i just wasted first 4 years of my college life. FK BSIT!
     
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    Huhu For Programming languages its to hard for me to learn but in Web Dev side languages i can learn it easily -_- Why some languages are too hard?
     
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    As others said, read a manual.
    And really Python maybe the best choice for you at the time. PHP is easy and forgiving as hell too.

    The best thing about Java is that you don't need to learn another language for different platforms. Like Java can run on most OS thanks to its Virtual Machine.
     
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