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Old January 11th, 2013, 06:44 PM
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Does anyone here at PC do programming, and if so, what language are you coding in? C#? VB.NET? C/C++? Have you done some projects recently? What's your favorite language? And if you're not coding yet, have you tried before? Are there any languages you're interested in? Does anyone have a question related to programming? Perhaps someone from PC can help you.

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Old January 11th, 2013, 07:50 PM
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I did an IT/tech course at university, and the main bit I enjoyed was the websites. we did other coding too, C++, visual basic namely, but I didn't stick with those and i've never used them properly.

Yeah, I stuck with the easy ones in comparison.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 05:02 AM
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I have tried VB.NET and failed tremendously at it.

Also, I can code in PHP and I have made a full-fledged web application with PHP as well.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 08:12 AM
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I have tried VB.NET and failed tremendously at it.

Also, I can code in PHP and I have made a full-fledged web application with PHP as well.
My computer science teacher made us use this site to learn our programming stuff. I'm currently working on my project for said class, but it has a bug I can't seem to fix. :/

I like the site myself, but it gets really repetitive after a while. Especially when he discusses a million different ways on how to piece a string variable together and display it. For example:
One will show:
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string s = "Hi, I'm Team Fail!";
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[04:20.39] <@GoGo> I WILL INSERT WITH PLEASURE
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[05:41.55] <Team_Fail> Blue Spider is interesting, but #MEHMasterRace
[05:42.20] <diegoisawesome> Team_Fail: Sounds like a bunch of unmotivated people that still want to try to take over the world

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Old January 12th, 2013, 09:36 AM
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Yeah, one of the reasons I've always been kind of wary of PHP is I've heard it doesn't have a whole lot of concrete design principles or syntax and there are so many ways to do one thing that it just sounds a bit bloated. But mostly it was this blog post that scared me off. :P

I program mainly in Scheme/Racket/whatever-they're-calling-it-these-days or C. Not that I do a whole lot of programming outside of schoolwork and the like, but those are the two I'm most comfortable with.

The two languages I want to dabble in next when I'm not too busy/lazy are Python and Ruby. The former sounds really useful and the latter sounds like fun!
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Old January 12th, 2013, 10:27 AM
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My favorite personally is Python. I've used it to do so much stuff it's unbelievable. Like operating a Wi-Fi router differently or controlling an on-board programming chip installed to a robotic interface.

I also use Java, Ruby, HTML, CSS, and hex coding.

If I had to pick a second favorite, it'd be Ruby. It's so flexible and can be used without much strain on resources. At least, in my experience.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 10:33 AM
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I know about 50% of HTML and CSS, not a lot of Javascript, and a teensy bit of php…

I tried doing C and those other wacky "proper" programmings, but I find that a limited-set assembly like ARM (ie most likely nothing) is easiest for me, though I can't actually do anything productive with anything I know.

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Old January 12th, 2013, 12:58 PM
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I've only learned Python and I really like the simplicity of the language.

I am going to learn C and C++ next quarter at my college, so... hopefully that goes well.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 07:50 PM
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I've only learned Python and I really like the simplicity of the language.

I am going to learn C and C++ next quarter at my college, so... hopefully that goes well.
I recently learned C#, and in the next semester, I'll be learning C, I think, to program a robot in Robotics 30.

As for C#, I just finished the bare bones for an Imgur album downloader. I have it downloading images, but I plan to add a few additional features to it before I declare it "finished."
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Old January 12th, 2013, 09:52 PM
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I recently learned C#, and in the next semester, I'll be learning C, I think, to program a robot in Robotics 30.

As for C#, I just finished the bare bones for an Imgur album downloader. I have it downloading images, but I plan to add a few additional features to it before I declare it "finished."
Ooh, nice. An imgur album downloader. That actually sounds like a neat product that could transition into something else major later one. :o
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Old January 12th, 2013, 10:14 PM
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Ooh, nice. An imgur album downloader. That actually sounds like a neat product that could transition into something else major later one. :o
It was a nightmare to code. The first bug I had was folder management. If the user doesn't choose a location, it will default to where the executable is. Once that was solved, I got around to implementing download functionality: I get the album ID, and using a webclass, I load the album page. Then, I grab an entire HTML div and it's contents and assign it to a string. After, I use a regular expression to grab only the direct links to the images, and store them in a string array, then use a webclient download and parse each string in the array, and download it to the folder it makes. Of course even that had bugs. For some reason, the documentloaded handler would fire 6 times instead of once, so it'd download all the images 6 times over. So what I did, was create a boolean that is set on the first run of downloads, and that boolean would be checked again on each subsequent download. Since it's true, it'll skip over it and only run the download code once.

It's really messy, but it works. And it's my first program, so it's gonna be crap, that is, until I learn better coding trick and shortcuts.
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Old January 12th, 2013, 10:35 PM
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I have learned C++ for the most part and I am now I'm reading a huge book on ASM. No problems with either so far. They are pretty useful c:
I also know CSS and html but they just aren't the same .-.
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Old January 13th, 2013, 11:44 PM
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I learned a fair bit of C++ this semester. I can also program charts and graphs in R once again if I spend a weekend or two reviewing.

I've tried a little bit of Python, but I stopped for some reason. Don't remember why.


To be honest, I don't think I'm all that good at it. I passed the C++ course with a B- and I bombed on two tests. But since I have guides and I was given Visual Studio 2010 for free, I might as well practice and learn new languages in my spare time and just make random stuff.
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Old January 14th, 2013, 05:27 AM
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I'm in the process of learning Objective C, as it comes in handy for a hobby of mine that I don't think can be discussed here and I think I'm doing okay. Also interested in learning python, but am completely lost - if anyone has any good books/websites/tips/anything they can recommend, please let me know!
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Old January 14th, 2013, 10:09 AM
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I've recently become proficient in Javascript, Hex, and CSS. I know a bit of HTML, and willing to learn more about it. Last semester's intro to programming class mainly focused on Javascript, Visual Basic, and a teeeny bit of python (which I cannot grasp at this very moment).

I want to take C++ but it's only available in the evenings Spring Semester. This is the Spring Semester and I am a morning student, so that'll wait till next year I guess lol.
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Old January 14th, 2013, 11:09 AM
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I have been programming for about 3 years now! I first started off with VB.NET, a great language for beginners as it has a user-friendly GUI. I also tried HTML, CSS and xHTML. These languages were not for me and I did not enjoy them at all, although I can write with them efficiently, I'd prefer not to have to if I could help it.
I then moved on to Ruby, Python and Java. These 3 are my favourite languages (out of the ones I have learnt so far) I've also looked at Hex, but only briefly.
I haven't looked at any C languages, but I have been meaning to a lot, I have many real life friends who also do coding/programming.

For people who haven't done programming before, I'd say start off with VB.NET or C#, then move onto HTML. From there move on to something like Java, then go on to anything else.
Once you learn the basic principles of programming, you're able to help other people with their issues without and knowledge of the language (or so I find).

Learning programming is definitely worth it! For people who are looking to learn it, go to YouTube and search some videos. My personal favourites are:
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Old January 15th, 2013, 01:13 PM
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thenewboston is pretty good, it's what my Computer Science teacher used. Anyways, here's the program I wrote. I just added a few new features to it and it works rather well.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/34957059/Imgur%20Downloader.exe

Feel free to mention any bugs to me, and I'll try to fix them!
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Yeah, one of the reasons I've always been kind of wary of PHP is I've heard it doesn't have a whole lot of concrete design principles or syntax and there are so many ways to do one thing that it just sounds a bit bloated. But mostly it was this blog post that scared me off. :P

I program mainly in Scheme/Racket/whatever-they're-calling-it-these-days or C. Not that I do a whole lot of programming outside of schoolwork and the like, but those are the two I'm most comfortable with.

The two languages I want to dabble in next when I'm not too busy/lazy are Python and Ruby. The former sounds really useful and the latter sounds like fun!
That blog post also convinced me not to touch PHP. I also like how his favicon is an Eevee with sunglasses, heh.

My strongest language is C, followed by Python. I'm familiar with a lot of languages, though. I wish novice programmers would stop grouping C and C++ together like they're one language; they're not, and I refuse to touch anything C++ unless I absolutely have to.
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Old January 15th, 2013, 07:37 PM
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That blog post also convinced me not to touch PHP. I also like how his favicon is an Eevee with sunglasses, heh.

My strongest language is C, followed by Python. I'm familiar with a lot of languages, though. I wish novice programmers would stop grouping C and C++ together like they're one language; they're not, and I refuse to touch anything C++ unless I absolutely have to.
Speaking of C, in Robotics 30, I found out today that I'll be using something called ROBOTC. I presume it's a modified version of C for lego NXT units, but it seems fun.
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Yeah, I'm currently going to Oregon Tech to get a degree in Software Engineering. (I also went to Digipen for a semester, but had to transfer for various reasons.) I've just started, and things are moving painfully slow, considering I already have a reasonable amount of programming experience under my belt... so I've started learning Lua and Love2D. I'm currently studying classes (Lua doesn't actually have any... so things get a bit funky.) and networking. I've signed up for Game A Month (http://onegameamonth.com/) and I don't think I'll have any trouble sticking to it... granted, my games are certainly much smaller and crappier than they're probably intending, but I thought it'd be a good way to motivate me to learn, and actually finish my projects.

As for other languages... I believe our main language will be C++ at school, and I took a class on C at Digipen. I'm also thinking about learning C# to use with Unity, and I've also gone through tutorials on practically ever other language in existence, though I don't really remember anything about any of them, lol. Also, web design is absolutely evil, and I hate it with every fiber of my being. Never again.
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As for other languages... I believe our main language will be C++ at school, and I took a class on C at Digipen. I'm also thinking about learning C# to use with Unity, and I've also gone through tutorials on practically ever other language in existence, though I don't really remember anything about any of them, lol. Also, web design is absolutely evil, and I hate it with every fiber of my being. Never again.
I'm really glad I learned C# this year, because I found out that the Xbox 360 XNA kit uses C# for it's coding :D The license to debug code is $99 USD/year, but that's not too bad imo.
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I started ROM hacking in 2006, and taught myself assembly in about a year. Around the same time I got into web programming and SQL, then did a lot of C. In college I moved back down to different assembly languages and VHDL, a language for designing digital circuits like microprocessors. I’ve also done a lot of embedded systems, including robotics, cameras, and microcontroller/FPGA boards.

These days I mostly work in the VHDL → assembly → C range, whether through work or through school. My “other” hobby (i.e., not ROM hacking) is open source UNIX development, and that touches a wide variety of large‐ and small‐scale C (or higher level language) projects, along with relevant infrastructure/software design principles—version control, unit testing, automation, build systems, and countless other things.
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