What languages do you know? Where did you study? Was it only home-study? Myself, I took some courses at a community college - along with home-study. O.K., the courses I took at college were C ++, Visual Basic, and C #. I think I might have also took Java. I can't remember. It was the mid 2000s.
What is your favorite language/languages and why?
What languages are you the best at?
What languages are you mediocre at or bad at?
What languages are easy to learn? Which are hard or so so?
Post by ravenfreak on Feb 21, 2020 13:19:07 GMT -7
I've messed with programming here and there for the past 10 years. I haven't really focused on one language though. I'm more comfortable using 68k and z80 assembler since those are the two languages I've worked with the most. I've worked with C++, C#, html, css, and python as well. I haven't really made much, I have made a very basic calculator in C++ before. Overall, I feel that Python has the easiest syntax to follow out of the languages I've messed with. I'm by no means an expert or even at a intermediate level with any of the languages, I'm still a beginner since I don't program too often.