What do you code in?

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  1. sboldman

    sboldman New Member

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    I'm just curious of the coders that are in here, how many code in which language(s).

    What language/version and tools do you code in.

    Like:

    Visual Basic - .NET - Visual Studio
     
  2. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    SQL - Eclipse
    PHP - Eclipse
    Java/JSP/Beans - Eclipse
    UML - Visio/UMLet (hey it is a modeling language ;))
    Python - Eclipse
    C/C++ - Eclipse or VS.Net (depending if im working in DX)

    In that order.

    Other languages I know, but never use:
    ASM (Arrow) (edit.exe)
    Ruby - Eclipse
    Perl - Eclipse
    Lisp - Eclipse
    VB.net/C# - VS.Net
    Pascal - Delphi

    Kinda sad :hs:
     
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  3. kingtoad

    kingtoad OT Supporter

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    PHP
    C/C++
    Perl

    At work I use BBedit and VI, at home I used UltraEdit 32 and Dev-C++.
     
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    First, of course, it depends on what the program requires.
    Windows: C++, C# using Visual Studio.NET
    Platform Independent: Java using Eclipse
    Web: ASP.NET using VS.NET, PHP using ZDE, HTML using Dreamweaver (code view)
     
  5. SLED

    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    C++
    Java (little bit)
    C#
    php
    ASP
    anything SQL
    perl
     
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    C/C++
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    WERUreo Imua!

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    At my job, we code almost exclusively in C++, mostly using Visual Studio .NET. I have had to do some C++ GUI stuff in Borland CBuilder and the occasional stint in Visual Studio 6 for some MFC apps. I don't personally, but some of the other engineers code in VB6 for one of our tools.

    At home (when I'm not playing WoW), I dabble in PHP/mySQL.
     
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    Yep Knick knack paddy whack, give the old dog a bone

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    C++
    VBScript
    Perl
    Javascript
     
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    Wow, more C and less VB than I would have thought.
     
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    kingtoad OT Supporter

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    That's 'cause people are starting to decipher what the hell a real programming language is. :o
     
  12. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    VB is the shit of all programming languages. Take everything great from all programming languages, remove them all. Take the remainders and put it together. You get VB from that.
     
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    School: Java and .NET in WebSphere and VS.NET respectively.
     
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    samm Next in Line

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    I write C++ code using vim.
     
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    Although I'm not a big fan of VB, it is the best for working with string data (i.e. business apps).
     
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    string data?i thought perl was best for that
     
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    i use
    c/c++/c# - visual studio.net
    java - eclipse
    php/html/javascript/css - editplus+


    all the damn languages are basically the same, thats why i love programming :bowdown:
     
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    Am I the only nerd up in here doing Ajax type programming?
     
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    i dont even know what that is
     
  20. CyberBullets

    CyberBullets I reach to the sky, and call out your name. If I c

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    i was reading into that today. its super :coold:
     
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    :werd:

    I use it daily to write mapping applications. You can think of it as Google Maps with a lot of additional functionality that requires client side user input and some dynamic client side work. One example; user creates a spatial filter by drawing a polygon using VML on the client. When the polygon is created, the points from the client are sent to a web service which finds any features within that selection and attributes of any selected features are returned to the user. We also must have the ability to create new/edit existing features by allowing users to draw them with VML, all of the basic mapping functionality you'd think of, etc etc.
     
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    There are some tutorials around. I think I even have some sample code on my website still. I really need to update it though. A new book from SitePoint talks about it a little bit, but more on the topic of DHTML. I'm reading that book now.

    http://www.sitepoint.com/books/dhtml1/
     
  25. kingtoad

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    I guess it's not AJAX if I don't use XMLHttpRequest. :embd:
     

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