Comment from: Michael McDowell [Visitor]
You missed out two very common languages in use today. I.e. C# amd Visual Basic.
Visual Basic probably has the most support for beginners out of all the languages mentioned above.
Comment from: Robert L Hamilton [Visitor]
why do you not mention REXX/OBJREXX/NETREXX
Very easy and straight forward to Learn. NETREXX generators JAVA for the JVM
Comment from: zeeshan [Visitor]
c++ is good and the most descent language. it is used in robotics and automation. may be Electronic Engineers are more concerned with c++ and matlab.everyone could learn c++ but not java
Comment from: john d.smith [Visitor]
what does (;-) mean? or >>> or : I know what they mean in regular writing, but what do they mean in computer language? Where can I get a dictionary computer wording or language? Jds
Comment from: manju [Visitor]
which programming language is easy to learn c++ or java?
Comment from: perlbabu4m [Visitor]
comparing with all scripts perl is most powerful but i think u did not cover that.perl for all. performance also high.
Comment from: alexander [Visitor]
writing code is very fun for me
Comment from: Elliott Garvin [Visitor]
They might not have mentioned REXX/OBJREXX/NETREXX because they got to carried away with all this other junk…
Comment from: deepak [Visitor]
C is the father language of every other language without C your base is not much powerful…
C is the base of every language…
Comment from: Name [Visitor]
You missed Flash.
What Flash (Actionscript 3 & Stage 3D) can provide to a website, with hardware-accelerated graphics, 2D / 3D animation etc, no other language can provide, including the consistency of being unique (no variations in behavior depending on the browser).
Comment from: Andy Patterson [Visitor]
I think you missed some vary important computer languages. You seam to only list languages that are on UNIX OS.
There were many early languages like FORTRAN and COBOL. ALGOL is another important language as it was basicly the the first block structured language of any major use.
ADA, PL1 amd modula2 should be in the list. DEC had a development language called BLISS bliss-10 and bliss-11. The bliss language was like an assembler in that the values of the symbols were used were used in expersions. Where in most high level languages a symbol evaluates to it’s contents. .x would get the contents of of memory at x where x would be the address. I.e. if the the value of x is 20 and the contents of memory address 20 were 100 and memory address 25 were 200 then
x+5 would evaluate to 25
.x+5 would evaluate to 105
.(x+5) would evaluate to 200
.(x+5)+5 would evaluate to 205
..(x+5) would evealuate to the contents of memory location 200
There were also meta compiler languages like treemeta, cwic and others.
I was the head of the language development department at Kontron(FutureData) were we produced many compilers and assemblers to suport our ISE micro computer development systems.
Comment from: soniya singhal [Visitor]
i have to know about best language to be stuided except c,c++ and java.
Comment from: Bob [Visitor]
Basic was the most influential computer language that had given programmers so much. Is it because it was invented in Massachusetts that you do not mention it?
Comment from: pathan [Visitor]
why do you not mention PASCAL
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