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    What is your favourite programming language. I use PHP the whole time for websites but can't stand RoR.

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    I'd have to say either C or Python. C++ is fine too. I like Ruby, but never tried Ruby on Rails.

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    Old school HTML that's all I know how to do. I've seen programs like Dreamweaver but for sertion things it's better to do it the old fation way.

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    As far as scripting goes PHP, that's what we've been taught in class and it beats the hell out of all other scripting languages I know. I'm a fairly proficient PHP programmer. For actual compiled programming languages, I quite like C and C++, and I know a little Java. But I'm still learning in that area. If all goes well and I manage to get into uni next year I'll be quite happy and I will come to learn others.

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    im going with what kevintje said. I know the basic stuffs in php, mysql, batch, visual basic script, java, used to know a little visual basic, and i guess i can throw html in there even through its technically not a programming language.

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    My OP was very short so I'll elaborate a bit here.

    I run websites as a hobby, any I use PHP/MySQL applications. (with the exception of a perl db backup program). As far programs I write myself, for websites they have been PHP/MYSQL/AJAX sites.

    In my (repetive and short-lived) forays into desktop programming, I have attempted to learn Java, C++ and Visual Basic. Java is the only one I've managed to stick at for any length of time.

    I hear a lot of discussion on web design forums about RoR and when I decided to try it, while it may be good for new programmers I personally find:

    Code:
    for(i = 0; i<10; i++) {
    print i;
    }
    to make much more sense than:
    Code:
    10.times puts |i|

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    I learnt the basics for my diploma.

    C, Java, HTML, SQL, VB and uP programming.

    I used to sell my 'services' online, where one needs a project done and I complete it for them for a small fee. Those were my enterprising days. Too bad I grew lazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sniper14th View Post
    My OP was very short so I'll elaborate a bit here.

    I run websites as a hobby, any I use PHP/MySQL applications. (with the exception of a perl db backup program). As far programs I write myself, for websites they have been PHP/MYSQL/AJAX sites.

    In my (repetive and short-lived) forays into desktop programming, I have attempted to learn Java, C++ and Visual Basic. Java is the only one I've managed to stick at for any length of time.

    I hear a lot of discussion on web design forums about RoR and when I decided to try it, while it may be good for new programmers I personally find:

    Code:
    for(i = 0; i<10; i++) {
    print i;
    }
    to make much more sense than:
    Code:
    10.times puts |i|
    Actually I think the whole blocks and iterators thing is pretty handy. Of course, in python you could have just said

    Code:
    print '\n'.join(map(str, range(10)))
    Ok or probably not.. but still

    Code:
    for k in range(10):
        print k
    I think is a bit more elegant.

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