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How do you program now a days.
I program only in assembly.
21%
 21%  [ 8 ]
I do assembly and C/C++.
65%
 65%  [ 25 ]
I do Delphi and Visual Basic and Assembly.
13%
 13%  [ 5 ]
I do Java, Phyton and assembly.
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Total Votes : 38

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f0dder



Joined: 19 Feb 2004
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C/C++ is mainly good if you want to work on larger projects, or need to cooperate with other people - and it works very well for that, without giving up too much speed/size/flexibility (as long as you know the language well).

Pelles C seems okay, but the microsoft visual c++ 2003 edition is free, with a very liberal license... so I'd go for that one instead.
Post 26 Jun 2005, 14:46
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Matrix



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Hy,
i program in FASM mainly,
i left C-- (x86),C ,Turbo Pascal behind

Microcontrollers:
TASM - 8051(microcontroller)
currently learning PIC

Other:
HTML, PHP, JavaScript

and general programming, what i think most of us are capable...

only the syntax, instructions differ
Post 26 Jun 2005, 15:24
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T&K(r)



Joined: 10 Jul 2005
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I program in asm, Pascal, BASIC in two diffret platforms: DOS and Win16+Win32
for dos also bassical machine code ( only basic )
Smile


I am traying to learn C/C++

More info:

ASM

for DOS : masm, tasm, a86, asm in TP7
for Win32: only FASM, and sometimes asm in VirtualPascal/Delphi

Pascal
for DOS : only TP7
for Windows: Delphi, VirtualPascal

BASIC
for DOS: many years ago i learned GW-BASIC, an later Qbasic
for Windows: VB1.0 for win16, VisulaBasic6.0+ for win32

I tryaing to learn C in DOS: DJGPP, for Windows: DEVC++, and VisualStudio (any)


i known also basic about ASM programing in microcontrolers like 8051

OTHER no PC platforms: ATARI65XE Smile




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Post 10 Jul 2005, 12:00
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Tommy



Joined: 17 Jun 2003
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C/C++, Asm
Post 10 Jul 2005, 13:11
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Ivan2k2



Joined: 08 Sep 2004
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Ivan2k2
mainly C and ASM, in rare cases: BASIC(freebasic) and PASCAL(fpc)
Post 11 Jul 2005, 08:44
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miksayer



Joined: 14 Jul 2005
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mainly C++ and VB. Also Delphi, PHP
Post 14 Jul 2005, 21:01
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Dilshod



Joined: 23 Feb 2005
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Fasm + Python
Post 26 Jul 2005, 08:24
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Spidark



Joined: 11 May 2005
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Thank you all for our votes. Smile
Post 26 Jul 2005, 08:37
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Tipidy



Joined: 04 Aug 2005
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Tipidy
I program in assembly, but have programmed in Visual Basic and C/C++. Very Happy
Post 13 Aug 2005, 08:55
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DataHunter2009



Joined: 10 Jun 2005
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Hmmmm... I can't seem to vote... anyways,

I am learning C++ right now. I tried a bit of C but C++ seemed a bit more structured imo. It also handled input easier than C. I also know PHP, HTML, VB 6, VB.NET, Python, Batch Programming, and some others that I have probably forgotten by now. Razz
Post 13 Aug 2005, 13:18
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Matriark TerVel



Joined: 09 Aug 2005
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I program in C, Assembly (x86 with Fasm, m68k/sh-4 with gas).
As for scripting: PHP, Perl, Bash.
I also know: C++ (I don't use it.), Pascal (Haven't used it in a long time.), TI-BASIC (TI/99-4A).
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okasvi



Joined: 18 Aug 2005
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Alot of missing languages Crying or Very sad
I code in PureBasic, but I know a bit of Delphi(atleast basic syntax Very Happy), C and I would like to learn fasm Laughing

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Post 21 Aug 2005, 22:20
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Spidark



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DataHunter2009 wrote:
Hmmmm... I can't seem to vote... anyways,

Sorry abouth that, i've chozen 30 day limit on the vote, i thought that i would be too long, but i got that one wrong.

okasv wrote:
Alot of missing languages Crying or Very sad

Sorry abouth the short list Wink
But it's verry interesting to know what's on the drives these days.


Something does puzzle me ????
There still poeple programming under DOS ???
Please explain why still program in DOS , am i missing something here, i would love to know.

Wink Be gentle Very Happy
Post 22 Aug 2005, 15:14
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allan



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I program only in C++ with Borland CBuilder Pro
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Post 12 Sep 2005, 01:37
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THEWizardGenius



Joined: 14 Jan 2005
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This thread is still fairly popular after all this time, I see. Perhaps it should be moved to the Main subforum as it is not really Windows-specific.

Not that it's all that important, but it is interesting to see what people use, and that's probably why it's still so popular.
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Spidark



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THEWizardGenius wrote:
This thread is still fairly popular after all this time, I see.

Laughing I didn't think it would be such a big deal, but i was wrong again.

THEWizardGenius wrote:

Not that it's all that important, but it is interesting to see what people use, and that's probably why it's still so popular.

Wink The urge to know what others are doing it with.

THEWizardGenius wrote:

Perhaps it should be moved to the Main subforum as it is not really Windows-specific.

Wink I,m calling the movers now. Laughing
Post 12 Sep 2005, 06:59
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james



Joined: 07 Sep 2005
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I think the list of languages in the poll is very limited.
I use smalltalk and lisp as well as assembler, java, c, c++ and python.
Ive done PHP and Javascript but I wouldnt call them "programming languages" in the same sense as you would call C or Assembler programming languages.

ie: Would you write and operating system in PHP or Javascript ?

rgs, James.
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Imagist



Joined: 13 Jun 2004
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Imagist
Most of my work these days is in PHP, but I do a lot with FASM too. I use Java occasionally for writing cross-platform apps, and C/C++ when I'm working with a group (not often). I started learning Perl, Python, and PHP at the same time, but after a while I just stuck to PHP and I think I've forgotten what little I knew about Perl and Python.
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Embrance



Joined: 14 Mar 2004
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Embrance
I use FPC v1 and v2!
Post 12 Sep 2005, 19:56
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Adam Kachwalla



Joined: 01 Apr 2006
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I really don't think you can fit all the programming languages here (you should put an "Other" option). There are a gazillion and two different languages (not on the list) including FORTRAN, SSS*, PHP, PERL, Ada, BASIC, C#, Clipper, Haskell, Io, Java, LISP, D, ML, Pike, Ruby, Scheme, Smalltalk, xHarbour, Pascal, etc.

The majority of these are from Wikipedia, so don't ask me anything about them: I only heard about the ones on the list/C#/PERL/BASIC/SSS*/FORTRAN/etc.

I have used SSS* (expert)/C and C++ (not too god at it though)/16-and-64-bit ASM (getting better)/VB1 and VB6 (advanced)/VBDOS Professional (good)

*Stands for SUPER System Script. Latest version out is 2.0.


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