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  • C

    3 27.27%
  • C#

    2 18.18%
  • C++

    3 27.27%
  • Java

    3 27.27%
  • HTML

    8 72.73%
  • BASIC

    6 54.55%
  • Other

    7 63.64%
  • Please check this, no matter what. :-Ů

    8 72.73%
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    Smile Programs :)

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    I chose other and BASIC, because I wrote a program long ago that acted as a typewriter, printing line by line as you pressed enter, using "liberty" basic, from some tutorial book. Then I got bored.

    For other, one of three things-- 1. various programs for my calculator... helpful for classes, 2. PHP executables (compiled), including a basic FTP client, image generators/modifiers, etc., 3. Several web apps, including user/content systems, and, incomplete, an image modification/generation 'app'.


    And you can't create a program in HTML-- 1. it isn't programming; it's markup, 2. you don't compile, and can't compile it.
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    Hmm...I guess I can only use half of your opinions, because the other half didn't check "Please check this box."
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    Regarding the 'HTML' issue:
    .CHM files are written in HTML, and are compiled.
    "CHM files aren't programs."
    The Anonymous Press' e-AA is written as a CHM file.

    .HTA files are written in HTML.
    "HTA files aren't programs"
    The Anonymous Press' SobrietyCheck is written as a HTA file.
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    That doesn't mean much... they're documents with possible embedded scripting, not necessarily programs per se.
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    Those files aren't standard html. You could write a compiler for html if you wanted, but it wouldn't function properly, or with any value, based on the standards of what is displayed on the web. That's why we use PHP, JS, and other languages to make them work.
    HTML 4.0 Strict would not compile to anything useful. Those files use other code, whether or not it is similar to/a version of HTML.
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    It's HTML insofar as IE supports it.
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    Heh. Standard, of course.
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    only scripting, not actual programming...
    Python, JS and BASH for me...


    And java is only compiled to a bytecode, it's code is extractable from the .jar file.
    .jar files are actually archives, with the bytecodes and junk(pics, music) as separate files inside it.
    It's status as a programming language is debatable.
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    Come back once it validates: HTML, CSS, JS.

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    I wrote trainers (cheat engines) in c++ but in c the only thing i did was a crumby 256-bit partition encrypter
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