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Posted 12/3/09

deathbyarsenic wrote:


nume001 wrote:

Java: basics, only text based stuff atm, learning it in my uni course
C++: very little, but will be learning it in my uni course
VBA: haven't done it for ages, forgotten a lot of it lol


C++ has a very steep learning curve, but is very powerful. When you are done with console apps just LOOK at openGL/D3D code... when I did my brain stopped for a few seconds... It's amazing the leap from console/text to graphics >.> even SDL (2d) is very different.

Java I have not done much with, but from what I hear its like C++. Everything is OOP though. It has some neat safety nets for memory leaks but sadly does not let you mess with the memory yourself.

VBA? Visual Basic Advanced?


yeah, that's the visual basic in ms access, i also did a bit of vbs (visual basic script) a few months ago at work
i made a battleships game in java , but annoyingly it has no GUI, just outputting to main output. so proud of it

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I'm currently going school for programming. I've learned C, Visual Basic, a little html/javascript, and i'm currently taking a coarse on C++ and Mysql.


It's fun, but sometimes difficult when the teacher doesn't explain what he wants very well...
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Posted 1/21/10
I know some GML. I'm not a beginner in gml, but I'm not an expert
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Posted 1/21/10
C++ and related.

#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

int main(){

cout << "Hello World!";

getchar();

return 0;
}
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I'm a professional programmer. I've coded in many of the popular languages and occasionally learn new ones. I'm very good at it.

It's a really good-paying job, and I still very much enjoy the programming part. Not so much the reading other people's code part or the writing scripts to keep a bunch of crazy jerry-rigged systems barely working part. Most of my code at work involves reading/writing weird file formats, system administration, and lots of digital signal processing. My always-abandoned-before-completion hobby projects lean more in the direction of artificial intelligence, programming languages, weird mathematical games, and electronic music.

I'm always open to doing little projects for fun, but I'm easily distracted in my spare time and plus I get a little bit tired from work sometimes.

Also, I'm glad I'm not the only old, old, old, old, old, old man here. :)
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Posted 1/21/10

Warhero89 wrote:
It's fun, but sometimes difficult when the teacher doesn't explain what he wants very well...


Heh. Yeah, get used to that. Work is even more like that.
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Posted 1/21/10 , edited 1/21/10
Well since it is a profession of mine then yeah.
Includes C++, C#, C, Java, HTML/CSS, Javascript, XML, Python, Qbasic, Visual Basic and probably something else I forgot.
Oh right, SQLDeveloper among other things too.
Ah I forgot about XHTML, DTDs, Schemas and XSLT.
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Posted 1/21/10
basic C++ (self taught),and basic html
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Posted 1/21/10
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I had a C++ class during highschool.
In my final project, I created a program where I could store, tally, and present teams' and players' records (such as rebounds, assists, wins, losses, blocks, etc.). It was pretty good but nothing surprising.

It's pretty much annoying to do because I had to do codes within codes to make things up and running smoothly.
Missing a bracket or two sucks ball to realize. I had to disfigure each command one by one to know specifically which one was creating the error.


Right now, I'm taking Adobe DreamWeaver and Adobe Fireworks class.
Posted 1/21/10
CSS/HTML (self taught)
Learning C++/ Python
I love BASIC
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