[Original Idea] Name the prog./scripting languages you know!

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rokit
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 15:42

Name the programming/scripting languages you know!
BONUS: Say what you use them for!
RULES:
1. Do not lie.
2. Only post once, if you made a mistake, press the lovely edit button.
3. Have fun, don't be pissed off if somebody knows more than you.

I start:
Lua(Love2d, General Lua, RBXL.Lua, a bit of Gmod lua), Python(Command line), Java(Minecraft Mods, Gui Apps, Show off to my friends :D), C++ (Command Line), Batch (When I'm bored at school),VB (Make apps), a bit of LOLCODE.
Chronological order:
Lua, Batch, Python,VB,Java, C++, LOLCODE.
11! How about you! (I am 100% sure somebody knows twice as much as me...)
EDIT: I actually know: Lua, Batch, HTML, VB, Python, LOLCODE, C++, JAVA, GML(fun but for newbs), very little about C# and C.
I didn't include them because I thought these wouldn't count...
def hi()
print "hi"
def()
Guess what that is!
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rokit
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 17:04

Lol Looks like nobody knows A programming language at all...

Maurice
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 17:07

autoit3
lua

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rokit
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 17:11

Maurice wrote:autoit3
lua
I thought you would be a multi-coding master who eats AS3 for breakfast! Fucking stereotypes.
At least you know 2.

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cowSheepo
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 17:51

The only things i'm at all competent at are html and gml
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trosh
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 18:12

ok, I know quite a few, but mostly as a proof of concept, also as a learning process I went through a few languages I didn't mention (including java I personaly dislike), but I really use few. So : (kind of in chronological order)
BASIC casio (calculator fun, I don't use)
javascript (websites, I very rarely use)
C (in info classes at the university to make stupid graphical programs, I use)
Shell (obviously, I use)
Lua (scripting at its best, no question, I use)
Befunge (esoteric fun - you should check it out :D, I don't really use)
Brainfuck (esoteric fun, I don't use)
Perl (I tried but beaaggh, I don't use)
Python (For whatever game, program or linux GUI I want to tinker with, I use a bit)
also the last remains of decency I have stop me from getting into "real" programming -> assembly

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tesselode
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 20:10

I only know GML and Lua. But that doesn't tell you what programming languages they are.

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byrono
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 20:11

As3
Lua

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SpocKirk
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 20:12

Applesoft BASIC
Assembly (not very much, only took one class)
C++
HTML

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RabidJellyfish
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Post » 16 Feb 2012, 23:53

Mostly C#, Java, and VB. I don't really use VB or java that much but I used to. I also know a lot of GML, if that counts, but I stopped using that forever ago. And I just took a small class on C++.

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slime
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 00:01

Lua
Java
GLSL
a little bit of C#
and enough of C++ to know that I barely know the language - which means I know more than a lot of people who claim to know a bit of C++. :P

HateMeh
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 00:23

Lua (used it for customizing tibia servers)
Delphi (taught in school for 2 years)
Javascript
PHP
Java
c# (used for tinkering with xna games)
c++ (never used it a lot)
asm (only spent a few weeks on it)
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 10:13

autoit
java
Vbs
gml

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rokit
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 16:27

I never took classes >:3

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rokit
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 16:33

print("Hi") Lua
print "Hi" Python
System.out.println("Hi"); Java
cout << "Hi" << endl; C++
printf ("Hi"); C
System.Console.WriteLine("Hi"); C#
action_message("Hi") GML
document.write("Hi") Javascript
VISIBLE "Hi" LOLCODE
<html>Hi</html> HTML

Of course you need to import crap but I didn't bother.
and when you're bored: http://heyyeyaaeyaaaeyaeyaa.com/

Maurice
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 18:49

rokit boy wrote:print("Hi") Lua
Actually
print "Hi"
works too.

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Twilight Sparkle
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 19:09

I can read most code but I just can't be arsed to code much. I prefer using Python if it suits the task, otherwise I don't do it because I have minimal experience with C or any good low-level language.

I don't code anymore anyway now that I've switched majors. I bang rocks together.

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Raicuparta
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Post » 17 Feb 2012, 19:16

Fucking Pascal, mofos

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rokit
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Post » 18 Feb 2012, 18:09

Maurice wrote:
rokit boy wrote:print("Hi") Lua
Actually
print "Hi"
works too.

That doesn't look right in Lua. Looks ugly!

For minecrafters and Lua'ers there is a mod that let's you make a programmable computer using lua...

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trosh
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Post » 18 Feb 2012, 18:27

yeah, i think in lua and python functions with a single quoted argument can be called without parenthesisesies. Though I'm not sure how beneficial that really is.

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RumblezMan
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Post » 19 Feb 2012, 00:17

I use program languages:
none++
noonetoscript+++++

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rokit
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Post » 19 Feb 2012, 06:16

trosh wrote:yeah, i think in lua and python functions with a single quoted argument can be called without parenthesisesies. Though I'm not sure how beneficial that really is.
True, but a space in lua (if you're not creating or calling or making an arithmetical value) looks ugly.

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djmattyg007
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Post » 20 Feb 2012, 11:51

Java and Python.
Soon, PHP and C++, and maybe JavaScript.
Used to know a bit of VB6 but I haven't used it in years.

HTML is a markup language, not a programming or scripting language.

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byrono
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Post » 21 Feb 2012, 06:27

rokit boy wrote: For minecrafters and Lua'ers there is a mod that let's you make a programmable computer using lua...
It's Computercraft

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Ozuma36
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Post » 04 Apr 2012, 16:34

HUMP'D I know Arduino!

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rokit
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Post » 04 Apr 2012, 16:37

And yet another remarkable hump from Ozuma

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Ozuma36
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Post » 04 Apr 2012, 16:38

It was the last post in twatter.

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Lawnboy
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Post » 04 Apr 2012, 16:51

I'll jump on the coding bandwagon!!

I am teachin ma-self lua, for love2d.

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jasonw749
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Post » 04 Apr 2012, 19:35

i know JAVA

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rokit
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Post » 23 May 2012, 20:15

come on why has this died? What do you know?

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WillWare
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Post » 23 May 2012, 20:33

C++. Really well, for that matter.

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samkostka
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Post » 26 May 2012, 20:49

I want to learn lua, but I need some basic tips to get in the right direction. Any help?

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Post » 01 Jun 2012, 05:32

C++, C, Java (Robotics at school)
D, just because it comes after C (or C++ rather) and no one knows it. Lol.
Lua (Roblox, Gary's Mod, Love2D, genereal purpose)
LOLCODE...but I don't really count that
Do HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript count? I know those too
C#, purely out of boredom (I never use it)
I also know a little bit of squeak but not enough so that I don't need to look at a help guide or something

I also attempted to make my own programming language once but I failed miserably
I probably still have the files somewhere on my old computer
I've been meaning to learn Python but I haven't really gotten around to it
Maybe ruby too...

I also can program on my TI-84. Awww yeahhhh

EDIT: Forgot batch. All I ever do with it is harass my friends or use it to make the computers at school go out of whack though :D

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samkostka
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Post » 01 Jun 2012, 13:02

I use batch like that occasionally, I wasn't sure if that counted though

mainegeek
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Post » 01 Jun 2012, 22:45

Batch
Bash
*some* PowerShell
C
VB 5/6, dot NET, VB script
PHP
DCL (for a previous job, look it up)
Sql (Sqlite, MySql, MS SQL Server, and Oracle)

I've worked with many other programming languages as well but wouldn't consider myself well versed in them

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Turtle95
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Post » 01 Jun 2012, 23:09

Java
Visual Basic
some Lua

I'm a noob XD

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rokit
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Post » 03 Jun 2012, 18:23

mainegeek wrote:Batch
Bash
*some* PowerShell
C
VB 5/6, dot NET, VB script
PHP
DCL (for a previous job, look it up)
Sql (Sqlite, MySql, MS SQL Server, and Oracle)

I've worked with many other programming languages as well but wouldn't consider myself well versed in them
nice

DeividasJ
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Post » 04 Jun 2012, 16:39

Bit of Python and learning Lua

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Flutter Skye
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Post » 23 Jun 2012, 12:29

i never knowed a program to make game but mari0 and maurice gived me th... nevermind i know just lua
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Post » 16 Jul 2012, 20:50

i am learning C# http://csharp.net-informations.com now. I am from vb background and learn vb.net myself. I think .Net is easiest languages to study in a quick way. Becuse it developer ide is helping a lot.

ling.

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Post » 16 Jul 2012, 23:10

For now i've only lerned GML. I will however atempt to learn lua and something else in the near future.

pbalazs
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Post » 22 Jul 2012, 17:37

I work mainly with PHP since a few years, I'm quite good at JS/jQuery too and I know basic SQL. I often use HTML and CSS too.

And I also know some lua now.

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Qcode
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Post » 22 Jul 2012, 18:21

A bit of Lua. That's it.

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Post » 23 Jul 2012, 09:11

Lua, Python, Html/Css, Javascript, Brainfuck,bash . And some C++

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Post » 23 Jul 2012, 22:10

some java and C++ , i'm working on .jar phone apps ,but they ridiculous . and i learned C++ only to know how to make performant Keyloggers .

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Post » 25 Jul 2012, 09:50

I know C++ and lua from messing with toribash(don`t know?, google!)

a decent amount of java from rummaging through piles of programming in minecraft.jar, dust(a.k.a powder game), and left4kdead, using the catacomb script explorer mojang had on mojang.com(also don`t know? google.).

HTML, PHP (mostly for setup pages usually for custom user specific pages kinda like info storage is done on toribash)

i know both macromedia flash and adobe flash scripting languages well, for game making and what not.
a bit of batch for messing with a teach`s pc xD and making a file converter (or really just helping make one) (might go back to learn more on it)

I want to learn python, and how to make codecs for video compression using batch (I heard you can get amazing video quality just by doing so, but im not completely sure)

i already made (or helped make) a video to audio converter using batch(command prompt enforced, which kinda means it only has the interface but when the actual conversion begins command prompt opens up to do the actual convert logs and shows progress, bit rate ect.) it handles pretty much all formats mp4 to mpeg to avi to mp3 to wav to ogg and ect.

I know this strange animation coding on a game called “Whirled”. hmm thats it pretty much i think.

all three levels of 1337 :p
it doesn`t count though.

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Chippy348
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Post » 25 Jul 2012, 11:30

Wow, looks like I'm the only one who doesn't know any language at all
Even a 10 years old (some other kids on teh internet) know somethings, or just that when I was 10 I don't even know what a computer is and even my schools don't teach me computer stuffs (schools in a nutshell)
Welp, there goes my game develop dream.. (not really)
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Post » 25 Jul 2012, 11:46

Camewel's not ten, dude. Re-read the "post your age" thread again.
But you're not the only one. I don't know any either. I've tried learning love, as I have a good idea for a game. But I've tried twice already with no progress.
I need to either try again and keep at it or find someone who'd be willing to work with me.

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rokit
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Post » 31 Jul 2012, 01:01

idiot9.0 wrote:Camewel's not ten, dude. Re-read the "post your age" thread again.
But you're not the only one. I don't know any either. I've tried learning love, as I have a good idea for a game. But I've tried twice already with no progress.
I need to either try again and keep at it or find someone who'd be willing to work with me.
I could work with you. Programming will have to start at september because im on holiday.

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Post » 10 Oct 2012, 02:33

Processing
Basic JS, pretty good html, and ok css (as long as I get to use google occasionally).