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
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I'm trying to change the language for a standard user account.
With the administrator account, I installed a new language by going to system settings > language support > install / remove languages. Then I logged in to the standard account, and moved the new language to the top by dragging it with the mouse. And then I reseted the machine and logged back in. But nothing changed.
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So I have a Galaxy note 2 (canadian) and under my language and input section I only have french and english although I want german. I tried several ''set language'' apps and they barely modify the language. Pretty much only the date in the widgets and some app titles have changed and thats it.
I have been learning all of the programming languages i can recently.
somewhat because i want to be a software engineer after i graduate high school and the other reason is because my friend wont stop bragging about the programs that he has made.
austin.rbn wrote:holland01 wrote:Despite the fact that a higher level language is easier, it's practically shooting yourself in the foot. You'll get used to high level and the thought of moving on to a lower level, much more challenging language will just seem like overkill to you.