Programming languages

Discussion in 'Technology' started by BillC, Oct 21, 2018.

  1. BillC

    BillC Member

    Is anyone here into operating systems networking and how it works? Or writes any programs? C,C++, or web script programming like HTML or JSON related stuff?
     
  2. Billy_B

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    I know html Java and css
     
  5. Emmaxy

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    I know html and css
     
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  6. BillC

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    I learned some html long ago. It's changed a lot since then. CSS. I never got into. XML might be interesting IDK. That's all browser stuff though. ;)
     
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  7. bladez234

    bladez234 Well-Known Member

    I know a little html css and python. Some markdown too. Learned bits of SQL and bits of R as well.
     
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  8. BillC

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    What would you use R for ? I don't think Ruby is that popular. The guy that wrote it wrote objective C then left it. SQL isn't that for databases? C/C++ would be for writing the databases. I like POSIX systems anyway. UNIX, linux, minix.
     
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    Ruby on the Rails is the backbone of Twitter
     
  10. bladez234

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    R is useful for data manipulation and visualization.
     
  11. Stanthropical

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    I started messing around with COBOL in high school (was oddly part of curriculum), then pursued networking & systems hardware specialization in college and started messing around with html+JavaScript. Lost interest in all of that and found more money elsewhere, unrelated to what I've pursued.

    Today, I don't remember any coding, because I've never delved deep enough into any of it and I've been reduced to basic string manipulation, Popup editing and phrase detection in chat via junky IRC scripts.
     
  12. BillC

    BillC Member

    I never liked at&t assembly syntax. Intel I think is better. I looked at simpler 16 bit assembly using INT and IRQ. Basic was the first language I learned and had an 8 bit calculator like "PC". It was basically a basic interpreter with an expansion pack to 16k of memory.
     
  13. Boring52

    Boring52 Member

    Get a $8 dollar Node MCU and the free Arduino IDE and play around in command line C. The ESP8266 has more power than your calculator plus WIFI. you can even program it thru an LUA interface.
     
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    Many. including php & mysql.
     
  15. BillC

    BillC Member

    I took a look at that I didn't see and C functions. Definitely an API. Where would you plug it in? Is there a CLI ? An Operating system ?
     
  16. ChocolateCockOnCam

    ChocolateCockOnCam Well-Known Member

    C# , SQL. I’ve been intrigued by Python lately but don’t seem to have time to pursue it.
     
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