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Who knows or is learning a computer language besides c++?

Who knows or is learning a computer language besides c++?
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That must have been a doozy of a programming language Vita.

@toad - I have started on C#, and know a little Python.
What does that mean?
What does what mean?
Vitadev's post.
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To translate VitaDev: "Your post is poorly structured and ambiguous. Please clarify."
It means your original post didn't make any sense.
Okay, these indirect posts are making me question the purpose of this thread.
+1 Helios

http://i.imgur.com/3RF2RPI.jpg

I know it's not the right web-site, but maybe there is some kind of exchange rate or something.
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I interpreted Vita's first post wrong. I thought he was talking about a silly programming language he had learned/is learning.

And, sometimes I read fast, so I read into the meaning of a statement rather than the exact words. But other times when I read fast, I read it wrong and I am like o_O and go back and read it again.

I believe the OP means "Has anyone learned or is learning a programming language besides C++?"
Ooooohhhhh, besides, that makes too much sense.
Other languages I'd like to say I've learned include: lua, C# and unrealscript
I've dabbled in python and java
Oh wow, Vita. there's a meme I haven't seen in a long time.

Incidentally, did you know that an 70% will cannot need more fuel for because of the life span?
I'm not a great fan of such topics but still. Good God, the Lounge these days...

Anyway, I am currently learning D. And here's some links for the lazy:
http://dlang.org/
http://ddili.org/ders/d.en/index.html
http://d-apt.sourceforge.net/
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I am too lazy to click those.

Is D object oriented? Hard typed? Compiled?
@Cheraphy
I forgot about that. I've been having trouble with my memory ever since I went so hard the DJ didn't was if paper plates.
What? I don't understand your post chrisname.
I have been working with intel 8080 - 8085 assembly for some time now, using the physical processor, writing small programs with the absence of an Operating System. I use a small LED screen for data output.
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@ Superdude. It's object oriented, but multi-paradigm. Functions are first class objects. It is strict and static typed.


Eventually learning a new language in the same paradigm becomes as easy as learning semantics. I'm currently (and have been for the last 2 years) exploring declarative programming as opposed to imperative. I was in a programming rut and doing this made it fun for me again.
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so aside question... how does one make a .deb file? thats what im using to install the D compiler
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