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What can we code?

Looking to see what coding languages we collectively speak on here.

Once we get a good number of responses, I’ll start a poll.

In order of usage:
-Visual Basic for applications
-visual basic
-verilog
-c++
-perl
-IGXL (employer specific)

6 Likes
  • Python
  • C
  • Java
4 Likes

Doing a computer science gcse (dunno what they are called in Merica) learning python

2 Likes

Python, JS/TS, Go

5 Likes

-C++
-PLC Ladder and block :joy:
-Vhdl

1 Like
  • C++
  • C
  • Assembly
  • Python (need a little refresher on this one)
  • PLC ladder and block
3 Likes
  • JavaScript
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Lua
  • Python
  • PHP
  • C#
  • ELM
  • Bash
  • Scratch😂

I work as a web developer. The list above is not in any particular order.

I use mostly JavaScript and CSS at work, and mostly Python for hobby projects, ELM I used in a previous job. It’s a fun quirky language though.

I have dabbled in other languages but the above ones I can comfortably work in.

4 Likes

Pascal :sunglasses:

10 Likes

Scratch :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

7 Likes

Archaic but ok

2 Likes

Haha :sweat_smile: I guess I can add this to my list…

1 Like

Python
Java
C
Embedded C
Assorted assembly languages.

5 Likes

I took a coding class last year at my high school to find that we just played with scratch the whole time.

5 Likes

C++
Python
Matlab, if you call that a programming language

2 Likes

Big oof.
Learn vba, become Excel God, get As on all college labs/projects (if you’re stem)

3 Likes

Teach me, shifu

1 Like

ABAP

10c

1 Like

Embeded C
C
C++
ASM

More than simulink :rofl:… Happy to not be alone with Matlab experience on here!

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Yikes… Heard similar stories from co-workers who studied. I just learned by doing and started a (very very small scale) business where I got to make some money while learning.

Well since that’s an option, me too then :rofl:

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