if you can code a basic-scientific calculator in a language consider it a language you know1.my first language c99my baggage languages2.obj-c , java ,python2,python3
on 07/05/2012 – Made popular on 07/05/2012
Hi to all.
I'm reading "The C Programming Language" book.
i know my question been asked many times by others
but i haven't yet gotten my answer.
The first programming language i experienced, was Visual
but it was several years ago and i wasn't good in it cause i didn't even care about it.
There are dozens of coding languages nowadays, C,C+,C++,Java,Bash,Python,etc. The question is, how does one create a programming language anyways? Ex) An eternity code that is based on a new frame of language and therefore needs a new coding language?
Are you an absolute beginner who wants to get started with programming or an expert one interested in trying new cool languages – you may find a great one from the top 10 list of programming languages which are popular now (it’s based on a recent Hacker News Poll about the favorite programming language, a couple of days ago).
Like a fine wine, programming languages get better with age. Programming languages take years to become established and dominant. The deciding factor for many programmers when selecting a language for a particular project has been popularity and language acceptance, so this is a hard cycle to break for newcomers.
The usual solution would be to have all three languages installed and use Ctrl/Alt-Shift, however it is quite annoying to have to switch over Language C each time I swap back and forth between A and B.
Is there some sort of solution that would allow me to prevent Windows